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ICF Addresses Travel Demand Management with $7 Million in Supplemental Funding by New York State Department of Transportation

Fairfax, VA


Nov 14, 2016

ICF Continues to Grow New York State’s Active and Transportation Demand Management Program

ICF (NASDAQ:ICFI), a consulting and technology services provider to government and commercial clients around the world, was awarded in the third quarter of 2016 a supplemental funding agreement by the New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT). The agreement provides nearly $7 million in additional spending capacity over a 12-month period under the NYSDOT Statewide Active and Transportation Demand Management support contract awarded to ICF in 2015.

ICF develops travel demand management (TDM) solutions that help reduce travel time and congestion, improve air quality, generate cost savings, and support community livability and public health objectives. Working closely with clients to engage in program solutions that address even the most difficult and complex travel issues, ICF delivers comprehensive support at every stage, from planning and program development to program implementation and ongoing support. ICF understands the latest tools for TDM programs and how to put them to work to inform decisions, track behaviors, and motivate action. ICF's approach reflects extensive insight into programs, transportation operations, marketing and outreach and technologies at the federal, state, regional and local levels.

ICF will support the continued growth and evolution of NYSDOT’s regional and statewide TDM plan into a more active, integrated strategy for supporting multimodal mobility and travel reliability in the State of New York. This includes providing comprehensive program development, as well as technical, operational, marketing, outreach and customer support services to downstate programs and expanding these programs across the upstate region.

As part of this effort, ICF will begin to work with NYSDOT on its second major integrated corridor management project, looking at ways in which the state can manage its transportation corridors in a multimodal manner. The firm will also support the advancement of transportation systems management and operations programs statewide, working closely with NYSDOT and its stakeholders to develop approaches that are geared toward optimizing the transportation system across New York State.

“Nimble and responsive, ICF has the bench strength required to support the dynamic needs of today’s transportation agencies and programs,” said Anne Choate, senior vice president for ICF. “We understand the technologies, systems and integrated strategies to optimize the transportation network across the state and we look forward to continuing to help NYSDOT in their implementation.”

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