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Acknowledgements

Best Workplaces for Commuters would like to thank the following organizations for their invaluable help and support in the creation of this toolkit:

Artery Business Committee TMA;
Campus Area TMA;
City of Salem, Oregon;
City of Santa Rosa, California;
Commute Connection Program, San Joaquin Council of Governments;
Denver Regional Council of Governments;
Keep Middlesex Moving;
Hunterdon Area Rural Transit;
Get Home on Us;
Glendale Transportation Management Association;
King County Metro Transit;
Mid-Valley Rideshare;
Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission;
Rideshare Deleware;
RideShare Program, Pima Association of Governments;
Southeast Michigan Council of Governments;
The Rideshare Company;
TransAction Associates;
Transportation Management Group;
U.S. EPA, Research Triangle Park;
Urban Transportation Center, University of Illinois Chicago;
Washington State Agency Commute Trip Reduction Program; and all the other organizations and individuals who helped with the creation of this toolkit.

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Kit Steps

 
  1. Find Funding

  2. Establish Guidelines

  3. Create Systems to Provide Rides

  4. Register and Educate Partners and Commuters

  5. Manage Effectively and Effortlessly

  6. Marketing Tips

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