Wednesday, March 2, 2016

UPDATE: Transportation Demand Management in San Francisco

UPDATE - February 29, 2016

BOMA San Francisco Government Affairs Policy Advisory Committee (GAPAC) members were presented with an update recently regarding the Transportation Sustainability Program: Transportation Demand Management (TDM).

TDM is the shift component of the Transportation Sustainability Program (TSP), focusing on providing on-site transportation amenities in order to reduce reliance on driving. The City is developing a toolkit of TDM measures, and would like your feedback on their progress thus far.

Click here to review the presentation, and email with your feedback.


Original Post - October 2, 2013

Your BOMA Advocacy Team and BOMA members attended a workshop recently hosted by the San Francisco County Transportation Authority (SFCTA) and the Business Council on Climate Change (BC3).  The purpose of the meeting was to discuss the participants' current commuter programs and provide feedback on the potential strategies to manage employee parking demand and incentives the public sector can provide via Transportation Demand Management.

Please click here to review the discussion summary.

Transportation Demand Management (TDM) is a set of programs and policies that respond to real and perceived barriers to taking trips by transit, bicycling, walking or ridesharing. TDM strategies include providing easily accessible, clear information about travel choices; encouraging and incentivizing mode shift; and, affecting and complementing land use.

The TDM partnership project is between 4 public agencies, the San Francisco County Transportation Authority (SFCTA), the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA), the Planning Department, and San Francisco Department of the Environment (SF Environment), and private sector partners interested in participating in a series of pilot projects.

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