At Community Transit,
we offer a variety of free services designed to support large businesses
affected by the Washington State Commute Trip Reduction law. We have
over 20 years of experience working with employers both large and small
throughout Snohomish County and Bothell to develop customized Employee
that provide innovative solutions to
any commuting problem.
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.
CTR is a Washington state law that requires employers with 100 or more employees to develop programs that encourage their employees to use alternatives to driving alone for their commute.
Employers must make a good faith effort to develop and implement a CTR program, including the following:
Read more about the Washington State Commute Trip Reduction Law.
Have less than 100 employees? Learn about our Curb@Work program that provides transportation services to small businesses.
We offer assistance and resources to Employee Transportation Coordinators (ETCs) to make their Employee Transportation Program a success. These services include:
Transit’s Transportation Demand Management staff is ready to assist
with all aspects of your Employee Transportation Program.
Alex Mehn, TDM & Outreach Specialist
Coordinator for Bothell, Edmonds, Lynnwood and Mountlake Terrace employers
Debbie Anderson, TDM & Outreach Specialist
Coordinator for Arlington, Marysville, Monroe, Mukilteo and Unincorporated Snohomish County employers
Caryn Walline, TDM & Outreach Supervisor
Jennifer Hass, Community Programs Manager