Transportation Demand Management

The transportation planning field has developed a wide array of strategies designed to reduce trip-making by private automobiles. Collectively known as Transportation Demand Management (TDM), these strategies aim to reduce impacts on the transportation system, air quality, energy use, and travel costs, while still preserving mobility options.

At Fehr & Peers, we utilize our company-wide expertise in TDM trip reduction evaluation, bicycle/pedestrian planning, and shuttle/transit organization to provide comprehensive planning in TDM program development, implementation, and monitoring. Our TDM+ tool quantifies TDM effects in less time and for a more refined geographic scale than other available models, and can address TDM questions for an individual development site up to a neighborhood level.


TDM Plans


Master Plans


Quantification of TDM-related VMT reductions


Alternative transportation studies for research parks, large multi-tenant office parks, and campuses


Specialized Services & Recent Experience

Cities & Counties

  • San Francisco, CA
  • County of Marin, CA
  • Aspen, CO
  • Park City, UT

Hospital Campuses

  • Kaiser
  • UCSF
  • Palo Alto Medical Foundation
  • Children’s Hospital Oakland


  • California Air Pollution Control Officers Association (CAPCOA)

Business Campuses

  • Facebook
  • Inuit
  • Stanford Research Park
  • Genentech


  • Candlestick Point – Hunters Point
  • Alameda Point
  • San Antonio Center

University Campuses

  • California State University Campuses
  • Stanford University
  • University of Texas at Austin
  • Utah State University
  • San Diego State University

TDM Monitoring

  • City College of San Francisco
  • Alta Bates Hospital
  • South San Francisco Triennial Monitoring
  • Stanford University

Ski Resorts

  • Woodward Park at Park City Mountain Resort

“Fehr & Peers, the traffic engineer, they have a very good reputation and I really understand why after carefully reading the traffic and the TDM recommendations. It was not only easy to understand but it just seemed really creative, really thinking, and cutting-edge.”

Oakland Planning Commision

Have a question? Please contact Teresa Whinery.