When it comes to improving our regional transportation system, transportation agencies in South Carolina have historically focused on increasing the “supply” of roadways to accommodating the ever-increasing number of single-occupancy vehicle trips in our region. Another approach to achieving similar results is decreasing the demand for single-occupancy vehicle trips. Strategies for managing demand include telecommuting, vanpooling, carpooling, and employer-driven fringe benefits. The list below shows transportation demand management resources available to people in the tri-county area.
If you have a transportation demand management resource that you would like to add to the above list, please share it with [insert generic administrative email for this website].
BCDCOG’s Regional Intelligent Transportation Systems Architecture
College of Charleston
Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC)