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  • 1. TDM: Innovating Our WayOut of GridlockAdvanced Energy ConferenceNew York CityMay 1, 2013
  • 2. Remarkable Oil Demand Projection
  • 3. Helping to Fill the Gap: MovingCooler
  • 4. – The Kresge Foundation– The Rockefeller BrothersFoundation– Urban Land Institute– Natural ResourcesDefense Council– Shell Oil Company– The Surdna Foundation– Rockefeller BrothersFundAnalytic Team: Cambridge SystematicsMultiple Party Steering Committee– US EnvironmentalProtection Agency– US Federal HighwayAdministration– US Federal TransitAdministration– American PublicTransportationAssociation– Environmental DefenseFund– ITS America
  • 5. Wide Range of Strategies• Pricing, tolls, PAYDinsurance, VMT fees,carbon/fuel taxes• Land use and smartgrowth• Non-motorized / activetransportation• Public transportationimprovements• Regional ride-sharing,commute measures• Regulatory measures• Operational/ITSstrategies• Highwaycapacity/bottleneckrelief• Freight sector strategies
  • 6. 46%34%29%26%25%26%13%17%17%12%18%18%6%9%0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%Strg. Agree S.W. Agree S.W. Disagree Strg. Disagree DK/NAMost citizens would like to drive less, but do notbelieve it is a realistic option for them.8c/e/i. Im going to read you a list of several statements. After I read each statement, Id like you to tell me whether you generallyagree or disagree. Split Sample.I have no choice but to driveas much as I do.I avoid driving at certaintimes of the day justbecause of traffic congestionI would like to spend lesstime in my car.TotalAgreeTotalDisagree72% 25%59% 35%55% 35%
  • 7. Only one in five Americans backs building new roads asa solution for traffic congestion.Q10 tracking.42%47%49%21%25%26%20%20%21%17%8%4%0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60%20122007201220072012200720122007Which of the following proposals is the best long-termsolution to reducing traffic in your area?Improving public transportationDeveloping communities wherepeople do not have to drive asmuchBuilding new roadsAll/None/DK/NA
  • 8. Highway Accounts Running Dry-100-80-60-40-2002040602013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023Revenues & InterestDeficit SpendingOutlaysBalance/ShortfallSource: 2/2013 CBO estimates
  • 9. Transit Account Running DrySource: 2/2013 CBO estimates-40-35-30-25-20-15-10-50510152013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023Revenues & InterestDeficit SpendingOutlaysBalance/Shortfall
  • 10. Thank You!Deron LovaasFederal Transportation Policy Director202-289-2384dlovaas@nrdc.orgTwitter: @LovNRDC

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