For employers, implementing a CTR program can result in cost savings by reducing the need for parking spaces and potentially avoiding expensive road and parking lot expansions.
Additionally, CTR programs reduce the vehicle miles traveled by employees and can improve employee satisfaction by providing more commuting options that fit their work schedules while potentially reducing their commuting costs. This, in turn, can lead to increased retention rates and decreased absenteeism.
For the community, CTR programs can reduce traffic congestion, which in turn can lead to improved air quality and decreased greenhouse gas emissions. Furthermore, reducing the number of single-occupancy vehicles on the road can lead to improved public safety and decreased wear and tear on roads and highways.
Overall, the CTR law aims to promote sustainable transportation options, improve quality of life, and reduce negative impacts on the environment and the community.