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Trip Planners Make Commute Easier

Published: 06/07/2022

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has extended the federal mask mandate. This time, it has extended to April 18, 2022. This was based on current national data, science and other factors. Continue reading

Commuting To Work: A New Outlook

Published: 03/02/2022

Commuting to work has changed a lot since the pandemic in 2020 began. Roads/highways went from highly congested to light, as we haven't seen before. Continue reading

Public Transit Ridership and Its New "Normal"

Published: 01/15/2022

One of the industries mostly affected with the COVID-19 pandemic was the public transit and its ridership. As lockdown procedures started back in spring of 2020, more people had the option of working remotely. Initially, the transit industry thought it would be a matter of just a few weeks. Still to this date, at the final stages of 2021, public transit has not gone back to normal. Continue reading

Advantages of a Company Shuttle

Published: 11/18/2021

The challenges that came with the COVID-19 pandemic also brought creative, alternate solutions; for example a company shuttle. This is a new modality that did exist before the pandemic. Lately it has been more common as an incentive to get employees back to work. Continue reading

Commuter Benefits and Its Importance

Published: 11/05/2021

Commuter benefits give workers the chance to use tax-free dollars on commuting costs. The companies that offer these benefits also save money by reducing payroll taxes. According to a survey Robert Half reported, about 23% of employees would quit a job due to difficult commute, while 85% would get a pay cut for an easier commute. If a company provides these benefits, an employee is more likely to stay with the company longer. Continue reading

Micromobility Weathered The Storm

Published: 08/03/2021

Micromobility includes bikes, both traditional and electric, and electric scooters. Additionally, any small lightweight vehicle that operates typically below 15mph and operated directly by users. Continue reading