Evaluation of TDM
Public Process Related to TDM
Over the course of the 2003 TMP Update process, a variety of TDM strategies and their potential implementation in Boulder were investigated. The Timeline and History serves as a highlight of the specific TDM elements developed by the staff and consultant team, outcomes of the public process, and any actions taken relative to these strategies. For more detail see the Community Involvement and each phase of the update process.
Strategies that encourage the use of transportation options are interrelated and supportive of one another. The strategies are divided into five distinct sections:
Prior to these categories of strategies, a different grouping was used during the process of selecting the strategies that would be most applicable and appropriate for Boulder. The categories of strategies included the following: Modal Promotion Strategies; Efficiency Strategies; Financial Incentives; Pricing Strategies; Facility / Land Use / Transit Oriented Development Strategies; and Implementation Options. The documents that were the result of the analysis of the strategies during the 2003 TMP Update process are listed below:
Experience of Other Communities
Boulder is one of a number of cities nationwide that is looking at how to manage demand for our transportation systems because roadway expansion is not always feasible due to fiscal constraints and environmental impacts. As part of the 2003 TMP Update process, other communities were evaluated in terms of TDM.
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