Transportation Demand Management, Campbell, California, 1992

  • Date Enacted: Jun 14, 1992


Promotes the development of transportation demand management (TDM) programs at employer work sites with one hundred or more employees. Establishes certain reporting requirements to enable the city to evaluate the effectiveness of existing TDM programs and to chart city-wide progress toward achieving the average vehicle ridership goals.

Key Definitions: ""Transportation demand management (TDM)" means the provision of information, assistance, incentives or other measures designed to increase average vehicle ridership (AVR) and which is intended to reduce the number of motorized vehicles driven to the work site."p,2 ""Transportation management association (TMA)" means an organization through which developers, employers and/or local governments cooperate in designing, implementing and evaluating a TDM program."p.3
Citation: Chapter 10.42

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