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NEW C/CAG TDM Policy and Webpage

As of January 1, 2022, C/CAG’s Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Policy requires that local jurisdictions in San Mateo County notify C/CAG of any new development project that is estimated to generate at least 100 Average Daily Trips (ADT). Please note that jurisdictions may also apply for exemption if their TDM policy equals or exceeds that of C/CAG’s.

Developers will need to submit a TDM Checklist alongside their development application to the appropriate local jurisdiction in charge of review. Importantly – if approved at the local level, the project is to be conditioned upon approval of both implementation of the selected measures in the Checklist and on-going monitoring and reporting requirements. See more in the implementation guide.

Commute.org will be available to help the local jurisdiction review the applicant’s Checklist and can advise appropriate TDM Checklist measures. Commute.org will also help with monitoring and reporting after the development has been built.

C/CAG has just launched the program website at https://ccagtdm.org/ Please refer to that page for more details, FAQ, and the checklist.

 

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