There are numerous links to other sites that are useful for understanding more about the emission benefits of TCMs and the application of TCM type activities in your community.
The Office of Travel Management provides technical support and information on a range of transportation control strategies including travel demand management (TDM), incident management, ITS, traffic analysis tools, etc.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under their State and Local Transporation Resources section provides topic-specific guidance documents that outline EPA policies for crediting programs (e.g., commuter programs, heavy duty retrofit, and fuels) that can help reduce transportation-related air pollution and emissions.
NCHRP Project 8-33 developed and tested an improved analytical framework for analyzing air quality transportation control measures (TCMs).
The National Transportation Library is a repository of materials from public and private organizations around the country. The Library is intended to facilitate the exchange of information related to transportation. The National Transportation Library is administered by the Bureau of Transportation Statistics in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Transportation.
McTrans provides expert technical advise, information exchange and a wide range of transportation-related software at very reasonable costs. McTrans distributes public domain software developed by FHWA, state DOTs, universities, local transportation agencies and private individuals. The Center also distributes both transportation and some general purpose "shareware" programs and many privately developed software packages.
Victoria Transport Policy Institute website offers a online TDM Encyclopedia. This is a unique resource that provides comprehensive information about TDM implementation.
The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has an entire website dedicated to cost effectiveness analysis tools. These tools enable staff and decision-makers to quantify the cost-effectiveness of proposed projects in terms of cost per pound (or ton) of pollutants reduced.
These tools are used to evaluate projects and to report on two programs in particular: the Motor Vehicle Registration Fees Program and the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) Program.