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Commuter benefits and programs

Your business or property can benefit through vanpool transportation and other sustainable transportation programs.

Recent Blogs
May 15, 2018

Kids and Commuting: What Are The Options?

The benefits of taking transit, carpooling, biking, and walking have been well documented for adults commuting to work, and for tweens and teens. However, these options are not always feasible, especially for parents with younger children.

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May 11, 2018

Best of Bike Parking Facilities

Providing great bike-related amenities will help your building stay ahead of the curve, especially with the increased popularity of biking in the DC region. The Arlington County Bike Parking Standards Guide offers guidance for buildings wanting to upgrade or add bike storage facilities; however, this blog showcases properties that have gone above and beyond to make biking easy and ultra-convenient for Arlington residents.

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May 10, 2018

Multi-Family Residential Toolkit: Capital Bikeshare

During the prospecting phase of leasing, managers ask future residents about commute and travel intentions to initiate necessary discussions regarding parking availability and building impact. At the same time, property managers and sales teams have an opportunity to influence how a potential resident evaluates and uses their local sustainable transportation options.

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May 10, 2018

Metro to Close Multiple Stations for Repairs Starting in 2019

On May 7, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) announced a large-scale capital project to rebuild and repair parts of the Metrorail system. The projects will begin in the summer of 2019 with full-segment shut downs on particular lines that will create disruptions for many commuters. The rebuilding is needed to ensure the safety of Metro riders and maintain the integrity of the system.

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May 9, 2018

Evaluate Tenant Amenities through Surveys

Do you know how many people at your company or property take Metro to work? Or perhaps how many people use the shower and locker facilities?

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