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TDM Week Summary

Posted: 09/29/2022
Category: General News

TDM Week came and went in the blink of an eye. This year we saw events and engagement across the country! There were hundreds of posts and even a TDM Week Video made on Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter. (Scroll Down for some sample posts!)

These posts chronicled events and shared experiences with TDM, promoted TDM legislation and programs, and discussed the importance of TDM in the fabric of communities. But that wasnt all, we had nine events on our TDM Week calendar! 

In Pennsylvania, our Mid- Atlantic chapter held an action packed TDM Week Virtual Forum full of informative and engaging sessions on TDM throughout the region. Organized by Tim Phelps, TMACC, this event had 7 presentations and discussions and even some virtual networking! Topics included creating walkable communities, Philadelphias newly enacted TDM ordinance, the future of rideshare, setting a vision for policy engagement, and other informative sessions.

On Wednesday, Best Workplaces for Commuters, WeDriveU, and Association for Commuter Transportation hosted a webinar in celebration of TDM Week entitled, Reducing Emissions: How to Drive Sustainability with Savvy Transportation Programming.” This webinar saw Phillip Winters, CUTR; Jim Appleby, Anaheim Transportation Network; and Vicki Sundstrom, University of California, San Francisco, discuss tips for serving new dynamic and on-demand commutes, combining transportation modes and much more. (View the recording here)

On Thursday, many ACT members celebrated World Car-Free Day in addition to TDM Week.  Three events were held across Minnesota. These in-person events were meant to spread awareness of World Car-Free Day, TDM Week, and the TDM options available to the public toImage help them become Car-Free.

To cap off TDM Week on Friday, ACTs Northern California Chapter partnered with the Bay Area Council for a TDM Week event aboard the historic Klamath Ferry in San Francisco which saw leaders from public agencies across the region discuss the ways in which TDM is shaping the Bay Area.

ACT would like to thank everyone who participated in and organized events during TDM Week. TDM Week would not have been what it was without you. For your continued support and your passion for moving TDM into the future, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. We look forward to what the next TDM Week will bring!  Planning for 2023 will begin in the spring.  If interested in helping coordinate next years events, contact Jason McLeod.






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