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Transportation Demand Management

New Los Angeles office opens

11 January 2015

Having identified significant opportunities for growth in the Southern California region and the US generally, we are pleased to announce that Steer Davies Gleave has opened a new office in Downtown Los Angeles.

Over the last few years SDG has been supporting several successful projects on the West Coast including a North Coast Corridor TDM Plan for the San Diego Association of Governments, developing Sound Transit’s new mobile website and managing the Glendale TMA, and we plan to continue building upon this momentum.

Supporting TDM initiatives in San Diego

28 August 2014

The San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) has provided regional transportation demand management (TDM) programs and services since 1995.

The TDM program, branded as iCommute, has undergone extensive evaluation over the last year with the help of Steer Davies Gleave.

Webinar: Using gamification to encourage travel behavior change

20 August 2014

Are you trying to reduce single occupancy vehicle (SOV) trips in your city? Have you got the tools to promote and encourage the use of alternative modes? Have you found it challenging to get engagement?

In our webinar "Using Gamification to encourage travel behavior change", we discuss how to use incentives, prizes and competitions to encourage commuters to try alternative modes.

Tolling and TDM: friends or foes?

25 February 2014

At a first glance tolling and transportation demand management (TDM) do not appear to have much in common, but congestion pricing could be a useful mechanism linking these important transportation policy tools.

Reshaping perceptions of transit

14 February 2014

Conversations about increasing transit use often tend to focus on the deficiencies of a given system. In an era of ever-diminishing budgets, there never seems to be enough funding to expand service, provide more frequency, or increase policing presence. Further, addressing constraints such as low-density land use and access to destinations are not accomplished in the short-term.

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