Senior Program Specialist
Associate Program Specialist
Assistant Program Specialist
Commute Connection works directly with employers to assist in educating employees on the benefits of using alternative modes of transportation. Commute Connection raises public awareness about the correlation between transportation choices, air quality, and traffic congestion. Commuters can find rideshare partners through our online database of over 6,600 participants. A program specialist will help you develop both a plan and a timetable for introducing a work site rideshare program to your employees and can assist with the following services at no charge:
Employer Trip Reduction Rule 9410 Employer Toolkit -To obtain information on the Employer Trip Reduction Rule 9410 and to access the Employer Toolkit click HERE.
On-site Presentations: Commute Connection is prepared to visit your site with a customized presentation to educate employees on the benefits of using alternative mode of transportation.
Special Events: A very effective method of reaching employees is through our participation in employer health & benefits fairs. Annual events such as Bike to Work Week and Rideshare Week are also great ways to increase awareness and commuter participation.
Marketing: A custom marketing program is available and includes flyers, posters, newsletters, parking signs and promotional items to employers at no cost.
Emergency Ride Home: This program offers commuters who regularly (at least three days per week) carpool, vanpool, ride transit, bike or walk to work a ride home for unexpected emergencies. Commuter must be pre-registered in the program to receive the benefit.
Mapping: Commute Connection will help you identify potential commuters by clustering employees by location and identifying geographic groups.
Incentives: Employers can benefit from offering financial incentives to employees for using alternative modes of transportation.