TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Research Results Digest 348: State Department of Transportation Role in the Implementation of Transportation Demand Management Programs explores examples of successful implementation and support of transportation demand management (TDM) programs by state departments of transportation (DOTs).
The report is designed to be used as a primer for states to use in implementing TDM programs and includes a set of case studies, examining the range of ways that state DOTs encourage TDM services.
Appendices A and B to NCHRP RRD 348 are available online.
Table of Contents
|Chapter 1 Background||1-1|
|Why Should State DOTs Be Interested in TDM?||5-5|
|What Are the Potential Roles of State DOTs in TDM?||6-8|
|How Can State DOTs Organize Efforts to Advance TDM?||9-10|
|What Are Some Implementation Steps or Tips for State DOTs?||11-12|
|Chapter 4 Survey Results||13-13|
|Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT)||15-20|
|New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT)||21-25|
|Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT)||26-35|
|Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT)||36-42|
|California Department of Transportation (Caltrans)||43-48|
|Appendices A and B||49-50|