Transportation Demand Management (TDM) as an Opportunity to Improve
Town-Gown Relations

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Discover more of Spense Havlick's thinking on TDM in his book Mitigating the Campus Parking Problem.

Issues of parking and traffic congestion in neighborhoods near campus have long been a sore spot between campus officials and the surrounding community. Yet, for this same reason, an investment in information-sharing and collaborative planning to address transportation issues can build (or rebuild) bridges between campus officials and municipal planning authorities.

Here’s one recent example.

Learning from a Success Story: A $7.4 Million Collaboration

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