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The Commuter Connections Brochure briefly outlines all the services offered by Commuter Connections that are available to employees and employers. Programs outlined in the brochure include Carpool/Vanpooling Ridematching, Guaranteed Ride Home, Public Transit, Park & Ride Lots, High-Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) Lanes, Bicycle to Work, Telework, Flextime/Compressed Work Schedules, and SmartTrip and Metrochek information.
The Commuter Connections Ridesharing Program Brochure is the go-to source for Ridesharing information. The brochure contains a wealth of information about Ridesharing including the benefits of Ridesharing, Ridesharing resources, tips for successful carpooling/vanpooling, and the Ridesharing Application.
The Telework Brochure provides employers with all the information and resources they need to institute teleworking at their place of work. The brochure explains what teleworking is, the benefits of teleworking for employees and employers alike, as well as information on how to establish a Telework program.
The Work Schedule Alternatives Brochure details the different types of alternative work schedules that employers can offer their employees thus improving productivity and employee job satisfaction. Three different alternative work schedule options (flex-time, compressed work weeks, and staggered work hours) are explained.
The Emergency Commute-Plan Preparedness Brochure informs employers of available commuting options in case of a catastrophic emergency. The brochure contains information on emergency carpooling formation, emergency work schedules, telework, public transportation options, bicycling and walking, and a variety of other options. Planning ahead and having a contingency plan in the event of a natural disaster or regional emergency is essential for the success of any organization or company.
Regional Bicycle Map
This bike map displays a topline regional view of the bicycle trail system (both off-street and on-street) in the Washington, DC region; a closer look at the bike trail system inside the Washington DC Beltway; and two smaller insets showing portions of Fairfax County, VA and Montgomery County, MD.