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Employee Transportation Coordinator Resources

For more than 20 years, Community Transit has worked with our region's large employers to develop and implement successful transportation programs in conjunction with Washington State's Commute Trip Reduction Law. Community Transit provides Employee Transportation Coordinators (ETCs) with the products, services and support needed to implement robust transportation programs at their worksites.

This page has been created to provide ETCs with resources and information to be successful as an ETC.  If you have any questions or need additional assistance please contact us


CTR Worksite Program Materials

Employee Transportation Coordinator Program Guide
Transportation Fairs
Regional Incentive Rountable
Carpooling Basics
Guaranteed Ride Home Voucher
Transportation Materials & Display Order Form
Commute Options and Benefits Brochure Template
ETC Poster Template
Riders Wanted Template
Zip Code Map

CTR News

October 2020 Commute Trip Reduction Newsletter
September 2020 Commute Trip Reduction Newsletter
August 2020 Commute Trip Reduction Newsletter

CTR Upcoming Training and Events

Oct. 27: No Budget? No Problem! 10:30 a.m.
Online Programs Presented by our Partners

CTR Recorded Trainings

ETC Basic Training
Pandemic Behavior — How it affects Transportation Options
Marketing and Starting a Vanpool
New Employees — Onboarding Best Practices and Info Share
Eno Center: How Human Decision-Making will affect the Post-COVID World
Commute Options Awards Online Presentation
Active Transportation Tips and Tech
Garnering Management Support
Guaranteed Ride Home Refresher
Telework Tips and Brainstorm
Luum: How to Build Your Best Commuter Benefits Program
New ETC Program Guide
2020 CTR Program Planning
Hosting a Successful Transportation Event
Transportation Options and When They Work Best
Transportation Apps & Tools
Trip Planning for Employees
The Last Mile
Rideshare Online Training
Bikes Make Life Better Webinars
Conference Recap Webinars

Commute Trip Reduction Peer Advisory Board

The Peer Advisory Board’s (PAB) mission is to provide a forum for discussing issues and developing recommendations for recognition and special projects regarding transportation demand management (TDM) programs in Snohomish County and the City of Bothell.

Past projects include:

  • Smart Commuter Program
  • ETC Program Guide
  • Guaranteed Ride Home Program

The PAB meets quarterly. In 2020, due to COVID, CTR Survey and the ability to meet via Webex, the PAB has been meeting monthly to help address any questions and concerns during this unprecedented time.

Peer Advisory Board Bylaws

PAB Members

The Board is composed of seven members representing affected and voluntary Snohomish and Bothell employers who have commute trip reduction partnerships with Community Transit. Members are Employee Transportation Coordinators at their worksite.

  • Kevin Kullberg, Premera (Chair)
  • Anita Marrero, City of Monroe (Vice Chair)
  • Dani Sissons, UW Bothell/Cascadia College (Secretary)
  • Brian Bellin, Boeing Company
  • Tim Rowe, T-Mobile
  • Garrett Jensen, City of Mukilteo
  • Kris Thomas, National Credit Services