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A breakdown of TDM regulations in the San Francisco Bay Area

Posted by Jordan Griffin on 9/25/19 3:58 PM

San Francisco and the surrounding Bay Area is a hotspot for new technology, state-of-the art offices, and advanced city planning initiatives. Companies like Facebook and Google are trailblazers when it comes to employee amenities such as company bikes, bike repair shops, and corporate shuttle programs.

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Topics: Smart Cities, TDM, Workplace, Mobility, Commuter Benefits

Why we're riding high on International car-free day

Posted by Jordan Griffin on 9/17/19 1:23 PM

These days, it seems like every day is a national or international holiday. Between National Chocolate Pudding Day and National Chocolate Mousse Day, it’s hard to keep up. But there’s one day that everyone who has ever had a miserable commute should circle and start a countdown clock for: September 22.

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Topics: Smart Cities, Mobility

Urban residents want an apartment that's as bike friendly as their cities

Posted by Jordan Griffin on 9/5/19 5:37 PM

With the rise of transportation demand management (TDM), cities are sharing the responsibility of getting residents and commuters to change the way they travel, with the goal of ending up with fewer vehicles on the road. Residents aren't expected to make a commute change overnight — developers and property managers are an essential part of making it as easy as possible. 

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Topics: Smart Cities, Real Estate, MobilityScore

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

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

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

Transportation Management Associations: What they are and how they help

Posted by Jordan Griffin on 8/14/19 9:11 AM

Transportation Demand Management (TDM) is part of a growing initiative to reduce single-occupancy vehicle commutes. If you aren’t well-versed in city planning efforts, this can be a challenging space to get into — but it’s essential for today’s employers to understand what’s required and how they can make their workplaces accessible to potential employees. That’s where transportation management associations (TMA) can be a huge help.

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