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Public Works Transportation For Business Planning - Smart Commute Brampton-Caledon

Transportation Management Associations

Transportation Management Associations

Transportation Management Associations (TMAs) are non-profit, public/private partnerships. They serve as transportation consultants for businesses wishing to implement transportation demand management programs such as carpooling, vanpooling, telework, transit discount programs, biking, walking, and parking management. TMAs work with local governments, transit agencies, and other transportation providers to promote transportation services.

Smart Commute strives to make commuting easier, cheaper and less harmful to the environment. More than 305 employers throughout the GTHA are Smart Commute workplaces.

Benefits

  • Promote sustainable transportation
  • Reduce traffic, make the air cleaner, and lower greenhouse gas emissions
  • Make commuting cheaper and more enjoyable
  • Ensures the latest in transportation information
  • Workshops and meetings and advocacy services

TMA's in Peel

TMA Programs and Services

  • Corporate Carpool Zone Program
    Carpool Zone can help you find the right person for your carpool, or find and choose a carpool lot as your starting point then find matches based on this location. Benefits include using carpool lanes and parking in reserved carpool spaces. Carpool Zone users saved over $10 million and prevented 24,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions in the past five years.
  • Discount Transit Program
    Smart Commute employers can offer a Discount Transit Program through Transit Zone, a special service that enables employers to qualify for a matching discount when they invest in public transit for their staff.
  • Biking and Walking
    Smart Commute provides employers a framework to help incentivize staff to bike or walk to work. Use the Walk + Roll Peel Trails Map to find bike lanes and hiking trails, or look for your neighborhood's walkscore and discover the great places around you. Biking and walking have numerous health, environmental, economic, and financial benefits.
  • Emergency Ride Home
    Emergency Ride Home allows registered staff to request reimbursement for their transportation costs in the event of an unforeseen emergency, provided that they commute to work by a sustainable mode of transportation on a regular basis.
  • Telework (work from home) Program
    Telework is a growing trend and a shared benefit. Employers save money on parking, office space, equipment and training. Employees are more efficient, save on commuting costs, and enjoy a better work-life balance.

Contacts

Contact your Smart Commute office in Peel to create a program that saves your business and your employees' time, money and greenhouse gas emissions.

To learn about Smart Commute Brampton-Caledon please contact:

Jagoda Rozbicka,
Program Manager
Smart Commute Brampton-Caledon
Region of Peel
10 Peel Centre Drive, Suite B, 4th Floor
Brampton, ON L6T 4B9
Phone: 905-615-4190
E-mail: Jagoda.rozbicka@smartcommute.ca

To learn about Smart Commute Pearson Airport Area or Smart Commute Mississauga please contact:

Glenn Gumulka,
Executive Director
Smart Commute Pearson Airport Area & Smart Commute Mississauga
201 City Centre Drive, Suite 800
Mississauga, ON L5B 2T4
Phone: 905-896-5941
E-mail: ggumulka@sustainmobility.ca

 

Revised: Friday October 02 2015


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