San José

Making TDM Work in Silicon Valley

Lunchtime Forum

Silicon Valley traffic

Photo by Flickr user Gordon.

Facing high demand for jobs and housing and community concern over traffic congestion, Silicon Valley cities are developing Transportation Demand Management (TDM) requirements to reduce traffic from new development. Come learn from the Silicon Valley planners and engineers who are crafting policies that work for both residents and employers.

+ Ria Hutabarat Lo / City of Sunnyvale
+ Ramses Madou / San Jose Department of Transportation
+ Sarah Peters / Fehr and Peers
+ Rob Swierk / Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority
+ Nicole Nagaya / City of Menlo Park


Free for the public. The first program of each month, in each city, is free for the public.

Pre-registration is not required for this event.

Refund Policy

Sponsorship payments: Will not be refunded, as sponsorship benefits take effect immediately and are on-going through the date of the event.

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