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The Role of TDM and Other Transportation Strategies in State Climate Action Plans

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Written by Frank Gallivan, Jeffrey Ang-Olson, William Schroeer, and Frank Mongioi of ICF International. This article, published in the November 2007 issue (pp. 10-14, Issue 2, 2007) of TDM Review, highlights the growing role of transportation demand management strategies in state climate action plans, as states develop and implement policies that reduce greenhouse gas emissions.


Authored By

  • Frank Gallivan

    Senior ManagerICF International

    Frank Gallivan is a transportation planner and policy analyst. He focuses on transportation planning process improvements and the development of policies and plans to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from transportation. For both Caltrans and the Federal Highway Administration, he has coauthored reports on incorporating considerations of GHG emissions into the transportation decision making process.

    He has assisted eight states in developing transportation strategies for climate action plans that promote transit and other alternative modes, improve the fuel economy of vehicles, promote alternative fuels and vehicle technologies, and reduce emissions from non-road sources. He holds a master’s in City Planning from the University of California–Berkeley.

  • Frank Mongioi Jr.

    Senior ManagerICF International

    Frank T. Mongioi, Jr. has more than 16 years of experience in transportation demand management (TDM). He is the current president of the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Association for Commuter Transportation (ACT) and a member of the Transportation Research Board’s (TRB) Committee on TDM. In 2012, he was selected as one of the “Top 40 Under 40” TDM professionals in the world by the ACT.

    Previously, Mr. Mongioi worked for Meadowlink, a progressive nonprofit transportation management association (TMA), managing a six-county TDM program for the New Jersey Department of Transportation and NJ Transit. He is the deputy project manager for the New York State Department of Transportation’s (NYSDOT) 511NY Rideshare program in the greater New York metropolitan area that is integrating and rebranding a multiregional TDM program as well as supporting management of the Clean Air NY program. He is also a senior advisor for the development of a regional TDM plan for the Atlanta Regional Commission.

    Mr. Mongioi has an M.B.A. and a B.S. in Business Administration from Montclair State University.

Insight Details

Published: Nov 1, 2007
Authors: , , Jeff Ang-Olson, William Schroeer
Source: TDM Review
 
 
 
 

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