Irvine Business Complex Transportation Management Plan
The Irvine Business Complex (IBC), a 2,800-acre area with mixed land uses located at the western edge of the City of Irvine in central Orange County, is home to approximately 1,700 businesses, 74,000 employees, and 2,000 residents. TMS prepared a Transportation Management Plan (TMP) for the IBC to ensure that travel demand does not exceed trip generation rates used in the analysis of environmental effects of the areas development plan.
Strategic Business Plan for the Kansas City
Regional Rideshare Program
The Mid-America Regional Council engaged TMS to recommend strategies for the regional ridesharing program. The strategic planning process included examining conditions in the Kansas City that affect the demand for ridesharing services, assessing organizational practices of MARC and the RIDESHARE Program, assessing interests of Stakeholders, identifying target audiences, identifying responsibilities for marketing commuter transportation among agencies in Kansas City, and assessing strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and obstacles.
Transportation Management Plan for Mission Bay
TMS developed a transportation management plan for Mission Bay, a 300-acre mixed-use real estate project located in downtown San Francisco that will serve 20,000 employees, and 11,000 residents, and user of the nearly 3.0 million square of office space, 3.0 million square feet of research & development space, 1.0 million square feet of retail, and 500,000 square feet of entertainment space that will be developed over the next ten years. The transportation plan includes shuttle services that will circulate throughout the site and to transportation facilities, an active commute alternatives marketing program, financial incentive for employees to not drive, pedestrian and bicycle facilities, and services to be offered by a Transportation Management Association.
Allocation of Vehicle Trip/Emission Funds
in Contra Costa County
The Contra Costa Transportation Authority retained TMS to develop policies and procedures to guide the investment of local vehicle trip and emission reduction funds.
Highway Reconstruction Mitigation Program: Pittsburgh, PA
TMS assessed the capabilities of the regional ridesharing program in Pittsburgh, PA and researched local conditions affecting the demand for travel in developing measures to mitigate the effects of a major highway reconstruction program.
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