Transportation Demand Management Plan Update

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A King County Metro bus crosses I-405 on the 8th Street bridge near downtown Bellevue

Thank you for your interest in the City of Bellevue’s Draft 2024-2033 TDM Plan update! You are invited to participate in our online open house. This online open house closes at 5 p.m. on Sunday, March 31, 2024, for public input responses. The overall open house will remain open for questions and general updates as the TDM Plan is finalized.

The City of Bellevue Transportation Demand Management program encourages the use of sustainable modes including transit, carpooling, vanpooling, walking, biking, telework and compressed work weeks. Through the Choose Your Way Bellevue website and mobile app, the program engages Bellevue employers, property managers, workers, residents and students in considering their mobility options. Program elements include Choose Your Way Bellevue Rewards trip logging incentives; marketing and promotion of travel options to travelers; and business assistance for employees at their worksites such as free commute program consultations, mini-grants, rebates for employee transit passes and transportation fairs.

To guide this work, the city is in the process of updating the Bellevue TDM Plan for the next ten years, and we’d like your input! The TDM Plan helps to make Bellevue’s future vision and growth feasible. By reducing vehicle trips, we free up space for a mobile, vibrant, and economically thriving city. You can help us help you by suggesting ideas for the TDM Plan, commenting on guided questions in the forum, and asking us anything you’d like to know. Your input on Engaging Bellevue provides substantive qualitative feedback that informs the TDM Plan to help Bellevue workers and residents get around more efficiently and sustainably. To review the 2024-2033 draft TDM Plan, click on the “2024-2033 Draft TDM Plan” to the right and then click on the “ideas” option to leave general thoughts, answer the questions in the “forum”, and ask us questions via the “questions” option.

Are you a business organization, employer or property manager of a Bellevue worksite? The TDM program provides you with assistance and resources for helping your Bellevue employees/tenants get to your worksite using non-drive-alone modes. You can respond below with your thoughts on how we can best support you and your employees/tenants.

Are you a resident or worker in Bellevue interested in trying a more sustainable mode of transportation? The TDM program provides you with helpful information on alternatives to solo driving through the ChooseYourWayBellevue.org website and mobile app (www.ChooseYourWayBellevue.org/app), and we would like to hear your thoughts on ways the city can improve information and assistance to help you get to, from or around Bellevue using sustainable modes such as transit, carpool, vanpool, walking and biking.

Before diving in, take a second to think about these questions:

  • Residents/workers: How you get around Bellevue? What factors play into your choice?
  • Residents/workers: How would you like the city to help broaden your choices?
  • Businesses: How do your employees commute to your worksite? What assistance from the city could help you improve your employee commute program?




Thank you for your interest in the City of Bellevue’s Draft 2024-2033 TDM Plan update! You are invited to participate in our online open house. This online open house closes at 5 p.m. on Sunday, March 31, 2024, for public input responses. The overall open house will remain open for questions and general updates as the TDM Plan is finalized.

The City of Bellevue Transportation Demand Management program encourages the use of sustainable modes including transit, carpooling, vanpooling, walking, biking, telework and compressed work weeks. Through the Choose Your Way Bellevue website and mobile app, the program engages Bellevue employers, property managers, workers, residents and students in considering their mobility options. Program elements include Choose Your Way Bellevue Rewards trip logging incentives; marketing and promotion of travel options to travelers; and business assistance for employees at their worksites such as free commute program consultations, mini-grants, rebates for employee transit passes and transportation fairs.

To guide this work, the city is in the process of updating the Bellevue TDM Plan for the next ten years, and we’d like your input! The TDM Plan helps to make Bellevue’s future vision and growth feasible. By reducing vehicle trips, we free up space for a mobile, vibrant, and economically thriving city. You can help us help you by suggesting ideas for the TDM Plan, commenting on guided questions in the forum, and asking us anything you’d like to know. Your input on Engaging Bellevue provides substantive qualitative feedback that informs the TDM Plan to help Bellevue workers and residents get around more efficiently and sustainably. To review the 2024-2033 draft TDM Plan, click on the “2024-2033 Draft TDM Plan” to the right and then click on the “ideas” option to leave general thoughts, answer the questions in the “forum”, and ask us questions via the “questions” option.

Are you a business organization, employer or property manager of a Bellevue worksite? The TDM program provides you with assistance and resources for helping your Bellevue employees/tenants get to your worksite using non-drive-alone modes. You can respond below with your thoughts on how we can best support you and your employees/tenants.

Are you a resident or worker in Bellevue interested in trying a more sustainable mode of transportation? The TDM program provides you with helpful information on alternatives to solo driving through the ChooseYourWayBellevue.org website and mobile app (www.ChooseYourWayBellevue.org/app), and we would like to hear your thoughts on ways the city can improve information and assistance to help you get to, from or around Bellevue using sustainable modes such as transit, carpool, vanpool, walking and biking.

Before diving in, take a second to think about these questions:

  • Residents/workers: How you get around Bellevue? What factors play into your choice?
  • Residents/workers: How would you like the city to help broaden your choices?
  • Businesses: How do your employees commute to your worksite? What assistance from the city could help you improve your employee commute program?




Page last updated: 02 Mar 2024, 03:50 PM