Code of Ordinances: Transportation Demand Management

  • Date Enacted: Jan 1, 2009

Summary

Chapter provides a method for compliance with the Washington State Commute Trip Reduction Law of 1991 (RCW 70.94.521 through 70.94.551), as amended in 2006 by the Commute Trip Reduction Efficiency Act. The Commute Trip Reduction Law was passed to reduce traffic congestion, air pollution, and dependency on fossil fuels through employer-based programs encouraging alternative commute methods to the single-occupancy vehicle. Introduced in 2008 & 2009. Citation: Chapter 10.80

Key Definitions: "Growth and transportation efficiency center (GTEC)" means a defined, compact, mixed-use urban center that contains jobs or housing and supports multiple modes of transportation." p. 3 "Transportation demand management (TDM)" means a broad range of strategies that are primarily intended to reduce and reshape demand on the transportation system." p.5
Citation: Chapter 10.80

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