Active Transportation Management (ATM) encompasses a suite of strategies that give agencies the ability to dynamically manage recurrent and non-recurrent congestion based on prevailing and predicted traffic conditions. ATM approaches focus on influencing travel behavior with respect to lane/facility choices and operations. ATM deployments are still relatively new in the United States with few deployments prior to 2010, however the number of deployments has increased in the past decade nationwide. ENTERPRISE conducted this project to identify resources and document lessons learned related to the development and deployment of ATM strategies, with an emphasis on deployments in urban areas that include multiple applications (e.g. Variable Speed Limits (VSLs), dynamic queue warning, part-time shoulder running).