Phil Olmstead promotes sustainable economic growth through a wide range of parking and transportation demand management strategies.

With a decade of experience in the nonprofit, public, and private sectors, Phil specializes in developing parking management plans for all types of communities, ranging from urban downtowns to small-scale tourist destinations. He is an expert in data analysis and developing dynamic transportation demand management (TDM) programs, transit plans, and multimodal corridor studies.  

Phil’s parking work emphasizes community collaboration in crafting solutions that ensure economic vitality and prioritize cost-effective ways to maximize current parking resources. Phil has led the development of several TDM programs for universities and corporate campuses, resulting in the implementation of financially sustainable trip reduction strategies and an overall reduction in parking demand through enhanced multimodal services. In his station area planning work, Phil helps cities and transit operators revise parking policies so that they support development in a manner that maximizes transit investment.