Employer transportation options include carpooling, vanpooling, biking, and public transportation. Employers may also offer compressed workweek schedules and telework options.
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Employers can switch by implementing programs such as compressed workweeks, employer transportation programs, and work from home arrangements. Ride Together Pierce provides resources and guidance to help employers and employees make the switch to sustainable commuting, making it easy and convenient for all parties involved. Get in touch with us to get started here.
Yes, you can. By reducing your reliance on cars and using alternative travel modes such as biking, walking, or public transportation, you can save money on gas, insurance, and parking. Regular exercise can also improve your health and reduce healthcare costs.
Employers can implement programs such as compressed workweeks, employee transportation programs, and work-from-home arrangements. Ride Together Pierce provides resources and guidance to help employers and employees make the switch to using sustainable transportation, making it easy and convenient for all parties involved.
If you take a sustainable transport mode to work, such as biking, walking, riding the bus or train, carpooling or vanpooling, and your employer partners with Ride Together Pierce, you may be eligible for a free Uber, Lyft or taxi ride home in case of an emergency.
Visit Ride Together Pierce’s Emergency Ride Home page for more information or contact your Employee Transportation Coordinator.