Club Ride logo In 2015, the Atlanta Braves announced that they would be building and moving to a new sports and entertainment facility at the intersection of I-75 and I-285, one of metro Atlanta’s most congested and fastest growing employment and residential centers. This announcement, coupled with planned road construction, raised concerns over the potential impacts that traffic congestion could have in the area. The Cobb County Department of Transportation (CCDOT) contracted with AECOM to strengthen the region’s existing travel demand management (TDM) services by providing 15 months of proactive, in-depth TDM services, and project educational outreach to employers, commuters and stakeholders in the region.

Club Ride logo Georgia Commute Options was created in 1996 to promote and incentivize ridesharing and alternatives to driving alone. The program is funded by the Georgia DOT with funds from the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) program in an effort to attain national air quality standards. AECOM has been associated with these efforts since 2000.

Club Ride logo Club Ride Commuter Services in Las Vegas is a free program from the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) designed to improve air quality and encourage the use of commute alternatives. Club Ride works with local-area employers and commuters to establish custom commute programs and offers incentives to encourage commuters to try new modes for getting to work.

Commuter_PENN_logo Commuter Services of Pennsylvania is an organization created by the Susquehanna Regional Transportation Partnership (SRTP) and funded by Federal CMAQ funds. The SRTP is comprised of the regional Transit Agencies, Chambers of Commerce and Metropolitan Planning Organizations from a nine county area. Commuter Services utilizes free services to help commuters shift from a Single Occupancy Vehicle to an alternative mode of transportation. The initiatives of this program help to reduce traffic congestion and improve air quality, creating fewer cars on the road, safer highways and a cleaner environment.

Commuter_Services_FL_logo Commuter Services of Southwest Florida is a program of the Florida Department of Transportation, serving travelers who live or work in the 12-county region of Southwest Florida. They work with businesses to help employees find a better way to get to work than driving alone. They work with local governments and transportation partners to help build better communities that offer a wider range of transportation choices. They provide employers with a turnkey solution, including program development, on-site events, marketing tools, and incentive programs.

CT_rides CTrides is the Connecticut Department of Transportation’s state-wide Commuter Services Program, providing worksite-based Travel Demand Management services to employers, including telecommuting; travel options information and assistance to commuters through traditional and social media marketing; ridematching and rewards for shared-ride travel; and marketing and customer service support for the Shore Line East rail service.

MassRides_logo MassRides is a free program of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) designed to help reduce traffic congestion and improve air quality and mobility. To accomplish these goals, MassRIDES works with both employers and commuters within the Commonwealth to promote the use of commute options. Through hands-on worksite assistance, ridematching services, marketing and outreach events, MassRIDES annually offers thousands of commuters and employers time – and money – saving solutions for a better commute in Massachusetts.

RideShare_Delaware_logo Rideshare Delaware is a service of DART First State dedicated to aiding commuters with finding and using alternative modes of transportation. RideShare Delaware has been serving Delaware employees with their commute needs since 1997. Funded with a combination of Federal CMAQ and State dollars, the goal of the program is to reduce the number of single occupant vehicles (SOVs) traveling on Delaware’s roadways, thus improving our air quality. RideShare works in partnership with local and regional agencies towards meeting Federal Air Quality Standards.

Georgia_SRTS_logo The Georgia Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Program empowers communities to make walking and bicycling to school a safe and routine activity. Georgia Department of Transportation has provided the Georgia SRTS Resource Center since 2009. The Resource Center’s regionally-based School Outreach Coordinators and support team provide direct assistance and support to schools and communities across the state with education, encouragement, enforcement, evaluation, planning, and other related SRTS activities.

SCSRTS_logo The South Carolina Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Resource Center is a federally-funded project of the South Carolina Department of Transportation. The program assists schools and communities in the planning, development, and implementation of SRTS projects and activities. In 2011, SCDOT launched the Resource Center in order to reach more schools and maximize the impact of the federal funding. Through a partnership program with schools across the state, the South Carolina SRTS Resource Center’s three regionally-based outreach team work directly with elementary and middles schools and stakeholder organizations. The Resource Center provides technical assistance, resources, and program support at no cost.

VT_SRTS_Logo Vermont’s Safe Routes to School Resource Center, an initiative from the Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans), establishes healthy travel options for elementary and middle schools in communities. It also offers free resources for the State’s elementary and middle schools to create opportunities for children to safely walk and bicycle to school. School communities who become Partners with the Resource Center receive support from Center’s staff in identifying activities based on Education, Encouragement, Enforcement and Evaluation.
CleanAirCampaignLogo The Clean Air Campaign in Georgia was a not-for-profit organization that worked with more than 1,600 employers, tens of thousands of commuters and more than 300 K-12 schools to encourage actions that resulted in less traffic congestion and better air quality.