An industry leader in transit development, TMD designs creative and successful plans that grow ridership and improve service performance
With technology revolutionizing people’s everyday transportation choices, TMD identifies a range of mobility options to promote and complement transit
TMD offers creative and customized outreach strategies to help communities build a shared vision and achieve long-term transit success
For 30 years, TMD has produced measurable results and successful outcomes for transit systems across the country
TMD is working with LA Metro to develop a pilot program to test headway-based operations on a few of their major routes. Implementing headway-based operation was part of the LA NextGen Bus Plan which radically redesigned the bus network in Los Angeles County.
Due to constrained space, a new transit center will be built approximately three blocks from the current location as part of the Downtown revitalization. This study is developing a new route structure to serve the new transit center and improve access throughout the community.
TMD is currently providing planning, scheduling, operations, and management support to the Detroit Department of Transportation (DDOT) as part of a multi-year project.
The CMIP is examining all mobility programs to identify gaps and deficiencies, and to develop an integrated and coherent plan for mobility in Solano County that will reduce the percentage of single-occupancy vehicle trips, achieve greenhouse gas emissions reductions, adapt to post-Covid travel behavior changes and implement recommendations of the MTC Blue Ribbon Recovery Task Force to better integrate all transit service in the Bay Area.
The MCAG Short Range Transit Plan takes a comprehensive look at all transit service provided in Merced County, CA. Merced is primarily an agricultural county that includes the newest University of California campus and has experienced considerable population growth driven by individuals seeking more affordable housing compared to Silicon Valley.
TMD is working with the Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County to develop a five-year plan for public transportation services in Reno, Sparks, and other communities in Washoe County Nevada. The study is using ridership, demographics, and location-based data to determine how to best serve this growing area. Recommendations include changes to many of the
TMD is working with OCTA to redesign the OCBus network to reflect current travel patterns. This study involves a comprehensive look at regional travel and ridership in 2019 and 2021 to see how the pandemic has affected the demand for local bus service.
TMD recently completed a Strategic Investment Plan (SIP) for Mountain Line, which provided recommendations for investment in network improvements, enhanced operations, transit priority, and ZEB implementation.
TMD is working with New Jersey Transit to redesign the local bus network in and around Newark. The intrastate network has remained relatively static for decades, despite revitalization in downtown Newark and significant changes and growth in the surrounding cities.
TMD is helping the Birmingham-Jefferson County Transit Authority redesign the MAX Transit system for Alabama’s most populous city. Forward With MAX is the first comprehensive review of the system in several decades and offers an opportunity for BJCTA to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic with an improved transit system that better meets rider needs with an optimized fixed route network with integrated innovative mobility options.
TMD redesigned Los Angeles County’s bus network through the NextGen Bus Plan. This three-year project was the first comprehensive look at Metro’s fixed-route network in over 25 years.
TMD is helping Streamline redesign their bus network to match the demand of the growing community of Bozeman, Montana and its surrounding area.
With the service improvements and enhanced funding contribution mechanism delivered as a part of R.I.D.E. 2020, TMD has provided Rock Region METRO a path forward to increasing ridership, enhancing transit service regionwide, and making transit a viable and sustainable resource in Central Arkansas for years to come.