Get in the Transportation Fast Lane
"Especially during challenging economic times, when so many businesses are struggling, the CTAA Transportation to Work Toolkit is a valuable resource to build an employee transportation program that is a win-win for all."
The Transportation-to-Work Toolkit for the Business Community gives businesses the information they need now to assist their employees in realizing a timely, cost-efficient commute that promotes productivity at your business site and employee satisfaction.
Let these two-page fact sheets and examples of activities undertaken by employers nationwide guide you. Joblinks and your local transportation provider and transportation management association can also help you implement solutions that will impact your business' bottom line. Each approach is straightforward to launch and simple to manage.
Keep Updated on the Federal Commuter Tax Benefit
As of Jan. 1, 2014, the maximum allowable commuter tax benefit dropped from $245 to $130 per month. This pre-tax benefit applies to those who commute via transit or vanpool. Congress may reconsider the status of the benefit when it reconvenes in January 2014. One option under consideration is to raise the maximum benefit to match the corresponding benefit for parking ($250 per month). Learn more about the commuter tax benefit in Fact Sheet #6, "Tax Incentives for Commuters" of this Toolkit and check back here for updates.
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As your efforts pay off for your business and your employees, share the good news with us. Send us an e-mail and tell us your story; encourage your employees to do the same. We'll gladly spread the word of your successes through our website.
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About the Toolkit
The Joblinks "Transportation to Work Toolkit for the Business Community" was created with funding from the Office of Disability Employment Policy, U.S. Department of Labor, through a cooperative agreement between the Community Transportation Association of America and the Federal Transit Administration. The opinions and conclusions expressed herein are solely those of the authors and should not be construed as representing the opinions or policy of any agency of the federal government.