City of Denver Greenlights TDM Ordinance for New Development to Advance Transportation Goals

Denver residents and employees now have more choices for how they move about the city thanks to a Transportation Demand Management (TDM) ordinance recently approved by Denver City Council. The new ordinance requires developers to implement TDM strategies that will expand travel options and create more alternatives to driving. Ideas include a subsidized transit pass for tenants or building amenities for people who walk or bike into the workplace.

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UrbanTrans Team Members Achieve TDM Certification

The Association for Commuter Transportation recently established a national certification program for Transportation Demand Management (TDM) professionals. Three of our teammates –Aaron Gaul, Emily Haar, and Adrienne Boyd –have achieved the certification and join TDM professionals around the world as the industry’s first-ever certified professionals.

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Takeaways from EcoFair Toronto’s Panel, The Importance of Affordable Transportation

There’s an old joke that Toronto is about an hour from Toronto. While most of us can bond over our shared burden with a bit of humor, the reality is that Toronto is often ranked as the worst commutes in North America. This, in part, is due to our high transit fares and average one-way commute time of 42 minutes, or 52 minutes for transit riders. What the data doesn’t show is how limited transportation choices can be dependent on where you live.

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What’s Ahead In 2020 + Beyond

The new decade is here, bringing countless exciting, innovative projects in the communities we serve.

Here’s a look at some of the projects we’re most excited to see take place over the next year and decade in Atlanta, Los Angeles, Toronto, and Denver.

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