1. 1. Determine Applicability

    • TDM applies to new and expanding developments seeking building permits, with residential and/or non-residential uses (commercial, employment, institutional).
  2. 2. Determine TDM targets

    • Determine TDM requirements based on land use, development size, and number of proposed parking stalls, using a point-based system.
  3. 3. Create and submit TDM plan

    Figure 1 Primary TDM measure categories
    Primary TDM measure categories

    • Select measures from the TDM menu to meet the assigned point target and prepare a TDM plan. The TDM menu comprises of 35 measures in six primary categories and a seventh miscellaneous category.
    • Submit TDM plan for approval and pay a nominal fee to cover administrative review of the Plan.


    Sample TDM measures

  4. 4. Implementation, reporting and monitoring

    • Pay a minimal initial fee for city level monitoring and enforcement activities.
    • Enroll in TMA for additional assistance with onsite TDM operations.
  5. Reporting and Monitoring

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    • Upon approval, building owners need to implement measures specified in their TDM plans.
    • The city will track and monitor program implementation and set reporting requirements.
    • (Optional) Enroll in a Transportation Management Association for additional assistance with onsite TDM operations.