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Promoting better commutes

23 January 2017

Commuting is something the vast majority of adults have to contend with on a daily basis and, with average commutes taking at least 30 minutes, the morning journey plays a key role in setting the tone for our workday.  

Engaging employers to promote sustainable transportation in San Diego County

15 October 2015

Over the past two years, Steer Davies Gleave has been supporting the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) to expand the reach of their iCommute Employer Outreach Program.

Back in late 2013, we were tasked with rethinking the program approach and to develop a renewed strategy for connecting with employers across San Diego County to promote alternatives to drive alone commuting.

The new strategy consists of four key elements:

Why do we need TDM brands?

11 October 2013

Government agencies and private companies alike are increasingly looking to transportation demand management (TDM) programs to help address our increasingly congested transportation networks. Meanwhile, auto-manufacturers do their best to counter these efforts by continuing to invest millions of dollars building and managing their brands to sell more vehicles.

2013: The Year of the Quantified Self

26 July 2013

eMarketer noted in August 2012 that about 50% of Americans over the age of 14 owned a smartphone and by 2016 almost 75% of all mobile phone accounts will use smartphones. As the proliferation of GPS-enabled smartphones continues, many people now have the ability to track their movements like never before. Many are geared towards fitness (Strava and Runkeeper track running and cycling), an astounding number are geared towards tracking vehicle mileage (Trip Cubby and TripLog for example), while Moves tracks your every move.

Single occupancy vehicle access to the rail network – a thing of the past?

28 March 2013

Whether the aim is to increase rail ridership, manage parking issues or provide those without a car with better access to the rail network, Transportation Demand Management (TDM) plans for stations can unlock the potential.

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Geoff is a transportation planner with expertise in transportation demand management, transit facility design and multimodal integration within transit-oriented communities.

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