On July 14, 2015, the Association for Commuter Transportation‘s Transportation Management Association (TMA) Council hosted a webinar on the results of the 2014 TMA Survey.  A TMA is defined as “an organized group applying carefully selected approaches to facilitating the movement of people and goods within an area. TMAs are often legally constituted and frequently led by the private sector in partnership with the public sector to solve transportation problems.” The survey was conducted by the Center for Urban Transportation Research at the University of South Florida and the consulting firm, UrbanTrans.  They received 63 responses from TMAs, primarily from US and Canada.  Phil Winters, Director of the transportation demand management program at CUTR presented a summary of the results. While some comparisons were made to the 2009 survey, TMAs are too diverse on many levels to point to a typical or average TMA.   Download TMA Survey 2014 results (pdf) or View recording.