Transportation Demand Management (TDM) is focused on influencing travel behaviour. Describe successful strategies, plans, programs and initiatives that have enhanced sustainable mobility in your community. Examples include social marketing campaigns, promotion of cycling and walking for short trips, ridesharing initiatives, carsharing services, traveller information systems, pricing strategies.
Sustainable mobility starts with supportive land use policies, practices, and implementation. Showcase your successes with transit-oriented development, site design, and economic development.
Discuss innovations in expanding awareness and use of mobility options such as transit, cycling, walking, ridesharing, telework, and carsharing.
The environment is a growing catalyst for sustainable mobility initiatives. Describe how sustainable mobility strategies are affecting air emissions and climate change.
Improvements in physical activity and air quality are key outcomes of sustainable mobility strategies. Describe how policies, programs, initiatives, services, tools and resources have helped improve health in your community by reducing physical inactivity and air pollution.
The seamless integration of travel options is vital to sustainable mobility. Present best practices in areas such as walking and cycling access to transit, mobility hubs, complete streets, parking, and multimodal marketing.
A comprehensive and targeted policy framework is vital to success. What policies, legislation and funding are required, and where are they lacking? How can partnership and collaboration help?
TDM tools, resources, strategies and outreach initiatives typically focus on workplaces, schools, or neighbourhoods. Describe innovations, best practices and successes in travel planning activities.