Are you in need of support as your employees begin returning to work, or as your employees continue to work from home? Are you interested in receiving up-to-date information for your employees on transportation modes and how to ride them safely? Interested in expanding employee benefits, increasing retention and improving recruitment? Do you have organizational environmental and social goals? Want to save money on parking and transportation?
Join CATMA’s free Employee Transportation Coordinator Network to learn more about how transportation demand management (TDM) strategies can make your organization more competetive and efficient while helping to improve the sustainability of our community and environment!
Enroll In the FREE Network
Join and participate in the ETC Network for free. For more information, contact Katie Martin at [email protected] or 802-881-0283, ext 1. If you already have some commuter incentives and programs in place, we still encourage you to participate and help us build this new network for Chittenden County.
- Learn about the role and value of TDM solutions and how they can benefit your organization and employees
- Collaborate with other local business leaders to optimize TDM impacts
- Build connections and professional relationships
- Access transportation resources, tools, and information
- Enhance your business image
- Share your transportation ideas, concerns and best practices
- Participate in webinars and Network meetings
Role & Responsibilities
The Employee Transportation Coordinator (ETC) is the on-site resource who is committed to creating, managing, and promoting commuter transportation benefits programs. ETC’s can provide colleagues with information on transportation and help promote sustainable and affordable transportation options. ETC’s can also collaborate with other ETCs around Chittenden County to share insights and identify collaborative opportunities.
Who Is Right for the Job?
The staff person at your site who takes on the ETC role should be enthusiastic and interested in promoting transportation options at your workplace. This could be someone who is already involved in transportation, or in human resources, sustainability, or wellness departments. Typically, the ETC responsibilities are not a full-time job, and the tasks can simply be added to their job description.
Support & Training
CATMA is happy to provide ETCs with our ETC Commuter Guide upon request.
Check out the Commuter section of our website for information on local transportation services for commuters.
CATMA will provide an initial consultation and guidance to get your ETC started. They will be invited to participate in opportunities designed to provide education, information, recognition, and an opportunity to connect with all county ETCs.
ETC E-News Archive
Spring 2020 ETC Newsletter
Fall/Winter 2019 ETC Newsletter
Spring 2019 ETC Newsletter
Summer 2018 ETC Newsletter
Spring 2018 ETC Newsletter
Winter 2018 ETC Newsletter
Fall 2017 ETC Newsletter
Summer 2017 ETC Newsletter
Spring 2017 ETC Newsletter
Winter 2017 ETC Newsletter
Fall 2016 ETC Newsletter
Summer 2016 ETC Newsletter
Spring 2016 ETC Newsletter
Winter 2015 ETC Newsletter
Fall 2015 ETC Newsletter
Summer 2015 ETC Newsletter
Spring 2015 ETC Newsletter
Fall 2014 ETC Newsletter
Spring 2014 ETC Newsletter
Fall 2013 ETC Welcome
What’s Happening In the Network Now
We are planning to host a virtual event this fall focused on Telework, including best practices and guest speakers from employers in the region to share their experiences.
Our event on March 4, 2020 at the BED Spark Space certainly was relevant with a Telework theme! The program addressed telework benefits for businesses and employees, the impact on the bottom line and the environment, best practices, policies, tools, resources & technology to support telework. Thank you again to our panelists from Bluehouse Group, VEIC, Blankslate Coworking Space & Knowledgewave.
For more information or to register, contact [email protected].