Transportation Demand Management (TDM)

Transportation Demand Management (TDM) works with regional transportation planning partners to coordinate the networks for all forms of campus travel, including walking, bicycling, transit, and motor vehicles. TDM also

  • Encourages active transportation, such as walking, biking, transit, carpools, and ride-sharing
  • Maintains street signs and pavement markings
  • Approves street, sidewalk, bike path, and bike parking closures on campus property
  • Works to make the campus safer and friendlier for pedestrians and all modes of transportation
  • Oversees implementation of the Campus Bicycle Network Master Plan
  • Prioritizes pavement improvement projects
  • Researches sustainable transportation infrastructure and fuels

The 2019 to 2024 TDM Plan is available for your reference: 2019 to 2024 TDM Plan. Read the FY22 TDM Plan Achievement Report to learn about the progress made.

Contact TDM at or send us your feedback or suggestion using this form: Campus Transportation Program and Infrastructure Feedback Form. F&S appreciates the input from our students, faculty, staff, community members, and visitors. Together we make our university campus all surface transportation experience and infrastructure even better.

TDM image MTD bus on Green and Neil with Campus Town railway underpass sign

Transportation-related project updates from iCAP Portal

The Illinois Climate Action Plan (iCAP) Portal is a repository of projects and initiatives for campus sustainability at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. The latest project updates from transportation-related projects on the iCAP Portal are shown below. View all Transportation-related project updates.

Cover image of TDM Plan FY21-26