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21st Century Operations Using 21st Century Technologies

Travel Demand Management

Managing both the "growth of" and periodic "shifts in" traffic demand are necessary elements of managing traffic congestion. If traffic demand is not managed, the performance of the transportation system will be adversely affected. Managing traffic demand today is about providing travelers, regardless of whether they drive alone, with travel choices, such as work location, route, time, and mode.

Travel Demand Management exists to improve reliability and to create effective choices. Travel Demand Management oversees two types of travel: Commute Travel and Tourism, Special Events, Emergencies, Shopping, etc.

Travel Demand Management Toolbox

The Travel Demand Management Toolbox contains resources such as reference materials, training opportunities, and related web site links.

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If you are looking for more information on Travel Demand Management or have suggestions for links to post to this web site, please contact:

Jim Hunt

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