Project Overview

Denver Regional Council of Governments staff have worked extensively and closely with stakeholders and partner agencies regionwide to develop the region’s Transportation Demand Management Strategic Plan. The plan will provide the Denver region with a framework to improve efficiency and mobility for travelers of all ages, incomes and abilities by identifying actions to enhance and expand sustainable, multimodal travel choices, reduce traffic congestion and provide air quality benefits.

As part of the planning process, staff collaborated with partner agencies and transportation demand management stakeholders regionwide to identify plan goals that would foster a sustainable and inclusive transportation ecosystem. These stakeholders participated in six workshops throughout the process and included regional transportation partners, regional air quality partners, academia, community advocacy groups, environmental justice partners and industry partners.

The goals of the Transportation Demand Management Strategic Plan are to:

  • Improve mobility and travel choices: Develop a cohesive and efficient transportation network that adapts to the evolving needs of the community.
  • Improve air quality: Identify and implement strategies that contribute to cleaner air, aligning with the council’s commitment to a healthier environment.
  • Improve transportation safety: Align with the council’s Regional Vision Zero program to minimize crashes and improve traveler safety.
  • Enhance transportation equity: Ensure access to transportation for all, focusing on inclusivity across various demographic groups.

The plan is anticipated to be completed by the end of 2023.

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The Denver Regional Council of Governments has spent the past year working with stakeholders and partner agencies to develop the region’s Transportation Demand Management Strategic Plan. The purpose of transportation demand management strategies is to reduce the demand for drive-alone trips by increasing the efficiency of the transportation system, thereby relieving traffic congestion and lowering transportation related greenhouse gas emissions.

The Transportation Demand Management Strategic Plan serves as a roadmap which will guide the council's work for the next six years. The plan addresses the evolving transportation needs of travelers throughout the region and is a timely refresh to a previous regional transportation demand management plan. This plan includes a set of recommendations intended for regional implementation led by the council.

The draft plan is now available for review. After downloading the plan under "Document Library" and reviewing, scroll down to next step 2 to provide comments on the draft plan.

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The following feedback forum will be open through October 31, 2023.

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