May 22, 2013
Community Transit buses will not operate on Memorial Day, Monday, May 27. The Community Transit RideStore and Customer Information phones will also be closed. Sound Tran...
May 14, 2013
Temporary move for last NB stop on Route 421 Effective Thursday, May 16, 2013, the last stop on northbound Route 421 (located on eastbound Grove Street, just east of Cedar A...
Apr 25, 2013
As of Friday, April 26, 2013, Stop #1518 at southbound Hwy 99 & Gibson Rd. will be permanently relocated due to a WSDOT construction project that begins Monday, April 29. ...
Apr 8, 2013
The baseball season has arrived! When the Seattle Mariners play weekday home games at Safeco Field, buses into and out of Seattle are often delayed. The delays may get worse...
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Community Transit's Transportation Demand Management (TDM) specialists are ready to assist with all aspects of your Employee Transportation Program.
Mark Melnyk, TDM Specialist mark.melnyk at commtrans dot org
Coordinator for Bothell, Edmonds and Mountlake Terrace
Debbie Anderson, TDM Specialist debbie.anderson at commtrans dot org
Coordinator for Arlington, Lynnwood, Marysville, Monroe, Mukilteo, and unincorporated Snohomish County
Smart Commuter Rewards is a new incentive program to help worksites encourage employees to reduce drive alone trips and vehicle miles traveled.
The CTR Efficiency Act requires that employers with 100 or more full time employees provide a transportation program for their employees. Find out if your worksite is affected and what you need to do.
There are many sound business reasons to encourage your employees to leave their cars at home at least once or twice a week. Having an Employee Transportation Program at your worksite can benefit you by:
If your business faces any of these challenges, the payoff for an Employee Transportation Program can be substantial. Contact Community Transit’s Transportation Demand Management staff today to get started: ctr at commtrans dot org or complete this Employer Information Form and return it to Community Transit.
Driving to work is expensive and stressful. Choosing an alternative to driving alone provides real benefits for your employees.
The Puget Sound region is a great place to live. And for many of us, our automobiles are an important part of our ability to enjoy the Northwest.
According to the Puget Sound Regional Council, the number of trips people make in this region has increased by 450% over the last 30 years. If this trend remains unchanged, freeway speeds will drop to 18 mph over the next 25 years. As more cars try to use our roads, it’s safe to say that commute times will continue to increase, drivers will experience more stress and more pollution will be released into our air.
If every commuter would leave his or her car at home just one or two days a week, we would be on the road to solving traffic and air quality problems in Snohomish County. By encouraging commuters to consider options to driving alone, your company contributes to solutions instead of being part of the problem.