Why you need real-time transit information to enhance your TDM program

Posted by Jordan Griffin on 9/9/19 5:19 PM

For people living in cities, getting to work is a daily decision. The rise of mobility options like bikeshares, scooters, and ridehailing companies have made this decision even more difficult. Commuting options outside of traditional public transportation have never been more abundant and accessible to people.

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Topics: TDM, Workplace, Mobility, Employee Experience, Commuter Benefits

How Atlanta's Transportation Plan is shifting the city from cars to transit

Posted by Jordan Griffin on 8/29/19 11:05 AM

If you’ve ever been to Atlanta, you’ve seen the enormous highway surrounding it. Boasting 15 lanes, it’s truly a sight to see. Unfortunately, even with this behemoth roadway, traffic issues have not gotten any better. In fact, simply because there’s so much road space, there’s an increased incentive to drive. More than 85 percent of Atlanta’s commuters choose cars.

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Topics: Smart Cities, TDM, Real Estate, Workplace, Mobility, Employee Experience

Why employee commutes should be covered in your corporate wellness program

Posted by Jordan Griffin on 8/28/19 3:50 PM

When Johnson and Johnson implemented their Live for Life wellness program in 1979, it was viewed as groundbreaking. Now, corporate wellness programs are essentially required to attract and retain top talent. Subsidized gym memberships and an abundance of healthy snacks in the office are available because of the rise of these programs.

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Topics: Workplace, Employee Experience

Why your employees would benefit from a shuttle service and how you can start

Posted by Jordan Griffin on 8/23/19 2:00 PM

The younger workforce is moving to cities, and they want access to reliable transit options. The older generations are coming from the suburbs, and they don’t want to be stressed out on a daily basis sitting behind the wheel. The desire to avoid driving alone to work is shared by commuters of all ages, but sometimes it’s not as simple as just taking the train. In many places, it’s just not feasible to live within walking distance of public transportation. Vanpooling can be a great way to get your employees to change their commuting habits in the absence of access to transit, but it might not be a big enough solution depending on the size of your company — and of the problem.

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Topics: Workplace, Mobility, Employee Experience, Commuter Benefits

The top 4 things we learned at the 2019 ACT International Conference

Posted by Team TransitScreen on 8/22/19 4:14 PM

The Association for Commuter Transportation (ACT) is an international organization working to improve employee commutes around the world. They host a series of events and webinars, and also sponsor regional chapters in order to enhance local infrastructure and mobility options.

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Topics: Smart Cities, TDM, Real Estate, Workplace, Mobility, Employee Experience, Commuter Benefits

A breakdown of TDM requirements in the greater Boston area

Posted by Jordan Griffin on 8/22/19 9:18 AM

Not only is the greater Boston area a business hub for the Northeast, it’s home to over 30 colleges and universities. At nearly five million people, it’s one of the largest metropolitan areas in the United States. With a growing population comes a strong economy, but also increased traffic issues.

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Topics: TDM, Workplace, Employee Experience

Development is booming in smaller cities, and improvements to transit have followed

Posted by Jordan Griffin on 8/16/19 11:28 AM

Just when you thought cities couldn’t be built up any more, new developments keep popping up left and right. We’re not just talking about a couple of cities — this trend is happening all over the country and even the world. Luxury apartment buildings with rooftop pools, chic clothing boutiques, and quaint restaurants seem to be on every corner. 

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Topics: Smart Cities, Real Estate, Mobility, Employee Experience