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NCHRP 20-65/Task 24 [Final]

State DOT Role in the Implementation of Transportation Demand Management Programs
[ NCHRP 20-65 (Research for the AASHTO Standing Committee on Public Transportation) ]

  Project Data
Funds: $50,000
Research Agency: ICF Consulting, Inc.
Principal Investigator: Michael Grant
Effective Date: 6/26/2009
Completion Date: 7/25/2010
Comments: Published as NCHRP Research Results Digest 348



The report provides information on  TDM programs nationwide and identifies examples of successful implementation and support of TDM programs by state departments of transportation (DOT) . Key elements of the report in include results of  a survey of state DOTs to determine their role in TDM programs and a set of case studies illustrating the different roles that state DOTs can play to encourage TDM. This report includes the following sections:

  • A summary of results and research findings from the nationwide survey and the five case studies.    
  • A primer on TDM based on our research.
  • The detailed results of the nationwide survey.
  • A set of case studies, detailing the wide range of ways that state DOTs encourage TDM services.

This research will help state DOTs interested in incorporating TDM strategies into a variety of programs and plans to understand the potential roles of the state DOT and the breadth and depth of TDM options.  

Status:  Final report has been completed and published as NCHRP Research Results Digest 348




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