Cities across the country have been raising the bar for climate action with parking policies and incentives that shift travel from cars to healthier, low-carbon mobility choices. From San Diego to Boston, and from Atlanta to Saint Paul, “transportation demand management” (TDM) practice has considerably increased in ambition in recent years. TDM is an umbrella term that can encompass practices from subsidizing residential transit passes to installing showers in an office building—and it is an impactful policy arena that is critical to undoing the polluting, unsafe, and inequitable legacy of car dependence. We are excited to share a new Implementation Guide developed by our partners at Nelson\Nygaard, to support city leaders in advancing sustainable, safe, and equitable transportation in their communities. This guide summarizes lessons learned from Nelson\Nygaard’s work with cities participating in the Bloomberg Philanthropies American Cities Climate Challenge, each of whom have developed and implemented TDM and parking policies that are setting a new standard for local climate leadership.
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