Managing Transportation Demand

Also known as demand management, this category focuses on understanding how people make their transportation decisions and helping people use the infrastructure in place for transit, ridesharing, walking, biking and telework. It also guides the design of our transportation infrastructure so that alternatives to driving are naturally encouraged and our systems are better balanced. We will continue to add articles as this category of strategies evolves. 

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  • Active parking management strategies use new parking technology with flexible pricing methods to better utilize the available parking inventory.

  • High occupancy toll (HOT) lanes are a type of managed lane reserved for single-occupant vehicles that pay a toll and high-occupancy vehicles (HOV) that access the lane for free. HOT lanes use electronic tolling and variable pricing to manage demand in the lanes in order to maintain a speed advantage over the adjacent general purpose freeway lanes.

  • Trip reduction ordinances include different types of regulations or measures to help mitigate congestion. Typically, there are three forms: restrictions or requirements for developers, employer trip reduction programs, and/or forming transportation management districts and associations.