Transportation Demand Management (TDM) aims to increase the efficiency of a transport system by discouraging “unnecessary” private vehicle use, by promoting more effective, healthy and environment-friendly modes of transport and by integrating urban development and transport. Authored by Andrea Broaddus, Todd Litman and Gopinath Menon, this GTZ training document advocates that a three-pronged approach, utilizing 1) Improve Mobility Options, 2) Economic Measures, and 3) Smart Growth and Land Use Management is the most effective way to manage demand and create a resilient and efficient transport system.
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Andrea Broaddus, Todd Litman and Gopinath Menon
Environment & Climate Change, Urban Mobility