Mr. Chambers has extensive experience in working with employers, developers, cities, and transportation management associations to craft transportation demand management plans for congestion relief, air quality improvement, and climate change mitigation.
With David Jones, he is the co-author of the chapter on “Paratransit and Ridesharing” in Public Transit published by Prentice-Hall in 1992. Mr. Chambers was the Project Manager of a statewide workshop program on transportation management associations in California and provided oversight to the development of a vanpool guide. He has conducted major vanpool assessments in the Seattle, Houston, and San Francisco Bay Area regions. He has developed transportation demand management plans for the Peninsula Traffic Congestion Relief Alliance, Kaiser Permanente, Shea Homes, Campeau Corporation, City of Alameda, City of Redwood City, City of South San Francisco, and the City of Menlo Park. He is currently working with the San Francisco County Transportation Authority in facilitating a transportation management association among medical institutions in San Francisco.
Recent examples of his work follows: