Urban transportation management is a complex subject. The ultimate goal of transport management is to develop, coordinate, and maintain a transportation network that provides the optimum capability for the movement of people and commodities in the most time efficient, convenient, safe, reliable, and cost-effective manner. Various strategies in urban road traffic reduction were discussed in this treatise. Pragmatic approaches to the combination of capacity-allocation and non-capacity-allocation strategies were considered. T-GIS concept adopted in this book enables decision makers on taking right decision on urban traffic decongestion. This book is ideal for undergraduate and graduate courses in transportation management. It fills an appropriate and important niche by properly emphasizing what transportation researchers must know about efficient transport management. The incorporation of transportation policies and implementation strategies distinguishes this text from others in the area.