Research Highlights

SEGMENT: Applicability of an Existing Segmentation Technique to TDM Social Marketing Campaigns in the United States

Philip Winters
Amy Lester
Social marketing seeks to develop and integrate marketing concepts with other approaches to influence behaviors that benefit individuals and communities for the greater social good (International Social Marketing Association, 2013). Social marketing is a useful transportation demand management (TDM) planning approach to promote travel-behavior change, and combines at least seven distinguishing features which set it apart from other popular, behaviorchange planning approaches, such as educatio... Read More

Planning in Gateway and Amenity Communities: Understanding Unique Challenges Associated with Transportation, Mobility, and Access to Opportunity

Danya Rumore
Philip Stoker
The GNAR Community Online Toolkit (https://gnar.utah.edu/about/capacity/gnar-toolkit/) is designed to be a resource for planners, public officials, community members, consultants, and all others who are working in communities with access to significant natural amenities and recreation opportunities. This toolkit provides resources, case studies, model ordinances, and other tools to help GNAR communities plan for and respond to the unique planning, transportation, economic, community developme... Read More