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As a benefit of membership, you have access to growing list of exclusive resources such as on-demand, streaming media recordings of these Best Workplaces for Commuters web conferences:

  • Beyond The “Spin” on University Bike Sharing and Bike Loan Programs – Universities are among the leaders in testing and implementing innovative transportation solutions with U-Pass, carsharing and social-media linked ridematching systems. Bike Share or Bike Loan programs are becoming increasingly popular on campuses and in cities across the nation. With the competitive nature of higher education, offering convenient, inexpensive, and environmentally friendly travel is a “must do” on many campuses. During this session, hear more than the “spin” about these types of programs. Learn about the successes and learning experiences of establishing these types of programs from your Best Workplaces for Commuters’ peers at North Carolina State University (NCSU) and the University of California, Irvine (UCI). Login to view
  • Encouraging and Supporting Bicycling through Employer Initiatives – Recently, the Qualified Bicycle Commuting Reimbursement of $20 per month added to the list of qualified transportation fringe benefits covered in section 132 (f) of the Internal Revenue Service Code.  National experts from League of American Bicyclists and Accor Services (a third-party administrator) offered suggestions and examples on how to support bicycle commuting in the workplace and they discussed how your business can strengthen its bicycle friendliness.  Login to view


  • Employer Spotlight: Google  – Google’s Transportation program was established in 2004 and includes numerous programs and incentives designed to encourage alternative commute transportation modes. Google’s key program elements include free commute shuttles, community bicycles, self powered commuting incentives, vanpools, carpools and carsharing. Google’s Shuttle (GBus) carries over 1,500 unique riders per day and saves approximately 3.9 million pounds of carbon dioxide per year. Login to view


  • Carsharing: The Campus Experience virtual roundtable featuring speakers from Stanford University, Virginia Tech, University of South Florida and Campus Area Transportation Management Association discussing the non-profit Carshare Vermont program serving University of Vermont and Champlain College (VT). Login to view


  • TDM in the City – Leading by Example – featuring speakers from City of Aspen, CO, City of Asheville, NC, and Orange County, CA discussing their BWC commute programs for their own employees as well as programs for any commuter in their community. Login to view


  • Ridesharing in the Facebook Generation – featuring speakers from University of Southern California Transportation, George Mason University and RIDE Solutions of the Roanoke Valley-Alleghany Regional Commission (VA) (7/29/10) Login to view

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