511 Employer Resources

Employer commute programs will:

  1. Attract talent
  2. Improve employee morale
  3. Save your employees money
  4. Save your business money
  5. Keep you compliant with the Commuter Benefits Program
  6. Earn U.S. Green Building Council LEED credits
  7. Earn recognition as a Best Workplaces for Commuters

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Nearly a quarter of workers say they have left a job because of the commute.1 The resources here can help you set up a worksite transportation program to best serve your employees. They can also help you comply with the Bay Area Commuter Benefits Program. You can also request our staff to host an event to get your employees carpooling or vanpooling.

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  • Survey Your Employees

    A survey can give you information to tailor your worksite commuter program. The Spare the Air Employer Program provides resources to help you conduct your survey.

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  • Commute Programs for Your Worksite and Workforce

    Your workforce and worksite location will inform the best strategies to implement. Match commuter programs with your employment situation.

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  • How To Guides

    Learn how to develop and implement different employer-based commute strategies. What you implement will depend on your goals or requirements.

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  • Benefits You Can Promote

    See the public-sponsored support and incentive programs that you can promote at your worksite. 

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  • Case Studies

    Learn what other Bay Area employers have done to provide transportation choices and encourage less drive alone commuting to their worksites.

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