Transit and TDM

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What is Transportation Demand Management?  TDM, also called Mobility Management, refers to strategies that result in more efficient use of transportation resources.

TDM strategies include:

  • Improved transit options, such as set route transit and dial-a-ride services
  • Improved non-motorized planning and facilities (sidewalks, crosswalks and bike lanes)
  • Incentives to use alternative modes and reduce driving
  • Parking and Land Use management
  • Universal Design (transport systems that accommodate all users)
Local Transit Providers and Assistance   Other Resources
Asheville Transit Schedules   City of Asheville Smartphone App
Mountain Mobility on demand transportation service  

Park and Ride Lots Map

Interactive Map of Downtown Areas Parking and Park-and-Ride Lots (FBRMPO and LOSRPO Combined Region)

Haywood County Transit   Strive Not to Drive Challenge
Madison County Transportation Authority   ShareTheRideNC
Apple Country Transit, Henderson County   Victoria Transportation Institute’s TDM Encyclopedia

The Link: Hendersonville to Asheville

Transylvania People Oriented Rural Transport

  FBRMPO CPT-HST (Coordinated Public Transportation and Human Services Transportation Plan)
TDM: Travel Demand Management Plan
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 Clean Cities Program and Alternative Fuels use in the area:

  • Clean Vehicles Coalition Facebook page:  see here.