Regional TDM Partners Forum


May 2 at 10:00 AM


Virtual Event


The Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Partners-Forum convenes on a quarterly basis. TDM is the use of strategies to inform and encourage travelers to maximize the efficiency of our transportation systems leading to improved mobility, reduced congestion, and lower vehicle emissions. The Partners-Forum meets to discuss how individuals make their transportation decisions and what behaviors and infrastructure systems are in place that influence their decisions. Members of the Forum examine ways that methods like carpooling, using public transit, walking, biking, and ridesharing can make the region’s various transportation systems more efficient. These meetings seek to engage as many stakeholders as possible and often include a diverse group of individuals from various backgrounds and professions.

Additionally, the Partners-Forum is collaborative in nature, and attendees are encouraged to share their ideas and experiences. Whether a business is presenting on emerging technologies in the industry or a government entity is providing a policy update—the goal of this forum is to provide Southwestern Pennsylvania with the tools and information necessary to implement TDM strategies in a smart, sustainable way.

The Partners-Forum is open to the public, and individuals interested in discussing innovative and collaborative transportation issues are encouraged to attended.

This meeting’s agenda includes information about Rider Appreciation Week and National Bike Month/Bike to Work Day as well as updates from Tosh Chambers on Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership’s plans for 2024 & beyond, a presentation by Geoff Leonard on Complete Streets projects at Pittsburgh’s Department of Mobility & Infrastructure, and an overview of SPC’s upcoming Complete Streets Policy by our Senior Active Transportation Planner Leann Chaney.

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