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Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Strategy for Michigan Street, Grand Rapids, MI


Date Published: November 2013


This plan provides a strategy for transportation demand management (TDM) for the Michigan Street Corridor. It also provides a review of national leading practices and assessment of existing local resources and opportunities, a discussion of alternative approaches and strategies, and development of an action strategy for implementation.  

Keywords: TDM; MSC; Transportation Demand Management; MI; Medical Mile; Michigan Street Transportation Demand Management Strategy

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  • Grand Rapids, MI
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