TDM Ordinance Goes to the Board of Supervisors
First full reading on Tuesday, January 31
The ordinance amending the Planning Code to establish a citywide Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Program was unanimously recommended for approval by the Planning Commission on August 4, 2016. Upon additional outreach with stakeholders and suggestions made at the Board of Supervisors Land Use and Transportation Committee hearings, staff proposed additional amendments to the TDM Program Standards that were unanimously approved by the Planning Commission on January 19, 2017. Materials presented at the January 19 Planning Commission hearing can be found here.
The Planning Code Amendment for the TDM Ordinance was heard at the Board of Supervisors Land Use and Transportation Committee on November 28 and December 5, 2016. On January 23, 2017, it was unanimously approved, and will now go before the full Board of Supervisors for the first full reading on Tuesday, January 31, 2017. (Board of Supervisors File #160925)
The Ordinance must be read twice by the full Board of Supervisors prior to adoption. Once approved by a majority of the Board, the ordinance will be adopted.
The TDM Ordinance is sponsored by Supervisors Malia Cohen and Jeff Sheehy.
Please note that two types of the tools are now available:
- An updated excel-based tool, which reflects amendments that were made at the January 19 Planning Commission hearing, and
- A web-based tool, which does not yet reflect all the amendments that were made on January 19. Please note that this is in beta format. Direct any questions or errors for either type of the tool to TSP@sfgov.org.