How can planning land uses and transportation together with transportation demand management (TDM) policies allow you to increase density and reduce parking, all while creating safer, more walkable environments? “Building a Multimodal Future: Connecting Real Estate Development and Transportation Demand Management to Ease Gridlock”, a book published by the Urban Land Institute (ULI) in May 2019, shows you how. In this session, coauthor Justin Schor of Wells + Associates explores the origin, implementation, best practices, and results of TDM policies from 10 distinctive communities across the United States. Hear perspectives of those who implement these policies and those who are affected by them, including developers, property owners, and managers, as well as other professionals who work with TDM policies. Learn from real-world examples of urban, suburban, and small-town communities that have implemented TDM policies in unique contexts. Walk away with nine steps to guide readers through the process of establishing TDM policies in your own projects and communities.