Employee Transportation Coordinator Network

Imagine someone at every business helping co-workers figure out the best commuting options. That’s the Employee Transportation Coordinator (ETC) Network. They also collaborate with coordinators across the county to improve transportation options and reduce traffic and parking congestion. The network is growing and you can join!

Enroll In the Network

Join and participate in the ETC Network for free. For more information, contact Brendan Atwood at brendan@catmavt.org or 802-656-7433, ext 4. 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.

Join the ETC Network

Network Benefits

  • Build connections and professional relationships
  • Access transportation resources, tools, and information
  • Enhance your business image
  • Share your transportation ideas and concerns
  • Participate in webinars and semi-annual meetings
  • Enter drawings and contests
  • Win “ETC of The Year” award

Role and Responsibilities

The Employee Transportation Coordinator (ETC) is the employee on site who knows all the transportation details (or knows how to get them). They regularly check the Go! Chittenden County website for information, tools, materials, and events to promote at their workplace. They also collaborate with other ETCs around the county to advocate for better transportation opportunities. They might spend about an hour a week in this role.

Who’s Right for the Job?

The staff person at your site who takes on the ETC role should be enthusiastic and motivated to promote transportation options at your workplace. This could be someone who is already involved in transportation, or in human resources, sustainability, or wellness departments.

Support & Training

The Go! Chittenden County website provides extensive transportation options, events, resources, and sample materials that your ETC can access and promote at your workplace. 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 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 will host our Fall 2017 ETC Lunch & Learn meeting at Champlain College’s Lakeside campus. For more information, contact Brendan at brendan@catmavt.org.  Check out photos from previous events on CATMA’s Facebook.

CATMA Membership