CILT - Travel Demand Management Forum

Travel Demand Management Forum (TMD)

The main aim of the Travel Demand Management (TDM) Forum is to provide a professional forum for raising awareness of TDM within the CILT membership (and potential membership) and to advise, assist and support organisations/ stakeholders in implementing TDM. The Forum sees TDM in its widest sense, applicable to any organisation or wider area that generates travel and which covers the management of all travel generated by all users. Aspects include reducing dependency on cars by supporting cycling, walking, public transport, car sharing, home-working and flexible hours and more sustainable freight transport. The Forum will not only focus on operational TDM for organisations and areas, but the integration of TDM into construction projects.
This webpage will be updated soon with information from the Forum including:

  • An introduction to the Forum Committee
  • A message board for you to share your views and knowledge on TDM
  • Policy, Best Practice Documents and Case Studies
  • The Forum’s 2014/ 15 activity plan

For more information on these events, to reserve your place or to join the Forum please contact Rachel Evans, Forum Chair on

If you work, or have an interest, in travel demand management please select the Travel Demand Management Forum when making your Professional Sector and Forum selections.

Login now to update your Professional Sectors & Forums to ensure you receive information about the events, qualifications and news most relevant to you!

Forthcoming Events

Click here to view all Travel Demand Management Forum Events...


Want to find out more?

If you would like to get involved with the CILT Travel Demand Management Forum or have any questions then please contact the Forum Co-ordinator or the Forum Chairman.

Reports and Presentations

Reports and Presentations

CPD Related Events

Oxford Leadership Programme: Global Challenges in Transport

Join us on this series of four indepenent programmes, providing a unique opportunity to deepen your knowledge of the major challenges facing transport over the next 20 years, and to revolutionise how you think about developing the solutions. Be exposed to the latest thinking from field-leading university experts, meet global industry leaders, network with peers and participate in in-depth debate and discussion - all in the unique environment of Said Business School, University of Oxford.
  Find out more


Registered Office:

Earlstrees Court, Earlstrees Road, Corby
Northants, NN17 4AX
Main Switchboard: 01536 740100

Company Registration Number: 2629347 
(A Company Limited by Guarantee)
Charity Registration Number: 1004963

© The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport

See what our participants
have said about our
development opportunities