The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), for example, developed an online environmental screening tool used for the Efficient Transportation Decision Making process (available at https://etdmpub.
What does TDM stand for?
TDM stands for Transportation Decision Making
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We have 175 other meanings of TDM in our Acronym Attic
- Tomodensitométrie (French: Computed Tomography)
- 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 Demand Management
- 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
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Councilman Steve Elkins, topics of discussion included metropolitan planning organizations and their role in transportation decision making, identifying new ways to finance federal transportation programs, federal support for livable community goals and development of high speed rail in the U.
While we now have key pieces in place to require least-cost planning for transportation decision making and a plan for reducing transportation emissions from growing metropolitan areas, what was lacking was an application of this new forward-thinking to dollars and spending.
In an attempt to rectify this problem, Florida has embarked on a pilot program called Efficient Transportation Decision Making (ETDM), which aspires to incorporate environmental review into the early stages of transportation planning.
Several years ago, Gentry conducted important research into purchasing's involvement in transportation decision making.
Also, the committee heard about FDOT's Efficient Transportation Decision Making, which allows for a more efficient process for planning transportation projects, conducting environmental reviews, and developing and permitting projects.
NHI and FHWA's Office of Planning, Environment, and Realty are developing an asynchronous course to serve as a prerequisite to the existing course, NEPA Transportation Decision Making (#142005A).