1] The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and community partners introduced Zipcar in 2009 as part of a comprehensive Transportation Demand Management program.
What does TDM stand for?
TDM stands for Transportation Demand Management
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- Military and Government
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We have 175 other meanings of TDM in our Acronym Attic
- Too Damn Many
- Too Damn Much
- Toronto Dominion Bank
- Torpedo Detection Modification (for SONAR)
- Total Dry Matter (livestock feed)
- Touch Down Monitoring (energy exploration)
- TRAC De-Mangler
- Transparent Data Migration (software)
- Transportable, Deployable, and/or Mobile
- Transportation Decision Making
- Transportation of Dangerous Materials
- Travel Demand Management
- Travel Demand Modeling
- Trev Deeley Motorcycles (Canada)
- Truck Data Memory (global positioning system truck monitoring; Czech Republic)
- Turbo-Decoding Metrics
- Time Division Multiplexing-Circuit Switching (computing)
- Temperature Difference Method under Controlled Vapor Pressure
- Time-Division Multiplexing Passive Optical Network
- Time Division Multiplexing Switching Capability
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Lynn Pratt, on behalf of Grand River Cab, asked council to support a staff recommendation apply for a 2009 Transportation Demand Management Grant of $10,000, to be matched by the county, for advertising and other marketing of privately-owned transit services between Paris and Brantford.
Joint session on west Eugene transporation, Franklin Boulevard project, transit ridership, transportation demand management.
Joint session to discuss west Eugene transportation, Franklin Boulevard project, transit ridership, transportation demand management.
View a discussion of transportation demand management including how to create, fund and manage commuter alternative programs such as rideshare, telework and transit.
Key Topics Covered: Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Sustainable Transportation Chapter 3 Transportation and Public Health Chapter 4 The City of the Future Chapter 5 Streets Chapter 6 Pedestrians Chapter 7 Bicycles Chapter 8 Transit Chapter 9 Motor Vehicles Chapter 10 Parking Chapter 11 Carsharing Chapter 12 Stations and Station Areas Chapter 13 Transportation Demand Management Chapter 14 Measuring Success Chapter 15 For More Information For more information visit http://www.
His professional interests include transportation and land use planning, parking policy, transportation finance, transportation demand management, GIS applications for urban and regional planning, and urban design.
In addition, the bill would create an operational improvement program, which would fund projects to improve the operation of the nation's roadways, transportation demand management techniques and deployment of intelligent transportation systems.