Interregional TDM Action Plan

I-5 and Hwy 99 Corridors in San Joaquin and Sacramento County

Action Plan Overview

TDM graphic
The San Joaquin Council of Governments (SJCOG) along with the Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG) has been awarded a Partnership Planning Grant through the California Department of Transportation to develop a Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Interregional Action Plan. The grant will focus on the work-based commute between the San Joaquin and the Sacramento regions along the SR 99 and I-5 corridors examining barriers relating to carpooling, vanpooling, transit, biking and walking. The study will develop a uniform vision and a set of TDM strategies that may include information and education, incentives, physical changes, technology, and pricing. The result will be an Interregional TDM Action Plan that will be coordinated and implemented between the two regions to improve transportation system operations. The goal is to make transportation options convenient, accessible and safe for commuters.

Project Steering Committee


SJCOG and SACOG have formed a steering committee that will review and provide input on project information as it is developed. The committee is comprised of representatives of key organizations who may be stakeholders, partners, experts or whose employees are intended users of the project strategies.

Committee Members | Committee Information Sheet

Meeting Schedule

Working Documents


Reference Documents

Benefits of TDM


Employers Commuters Economy Environment
  • Reduces parking
    demand and cost
  • Enhances employee
    retention and recruitment
  • Supports Corporate
    Sustainability Efforts

  • Provides more
    options
  • Improves access
    and convenience
  • Protects from gas
    price fluctuations
  • Reduces personal
    transportation costs
  • Promotes healthy
    lifestyle
  • Reduces parking
    demand; thereby
    encouraging customer
    visits and sales
  • Attracts investment
    and development
  • Improves access to
    community activity
    centers (retail, school,
    recreation, employment)
  • Reduces greenhouse
    gases
  • Reduces congestion
    and potential for
    incidents
  • Reduces energy consumption
  • Encourages social
    interaction