This netconference hosted by the Center for Urban Transportation Research at the University of South Florida (and the home of Best Workplaces for Commuters) provided a basic overview of federal qualified transportation fringe benefits (26 U.S. Code Section 132). Phil Winters, Director, TDM Program at CUTR, described the different types of commute benefits employers may provide employees and their current monthly tax free limits. He also will briefly describe who has access to the benefits. He highlighted the flexibility offered employers in designing a program for their employees and what transportation professionals need to consider when promoting the program. This webcast was designed as “Commuter Benefits 101” presentation for people largely unfamiliar with the qualified transportation fringe benefit.
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Philip L. Winters , Director, Transportation Demand Management program at the Center for Urban Transportation Research at the University of South Florida
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