I recently took a quick trip up to Montreal, Quebec for a change of scenery and while I had heard great things about their transit, pedestrian, and bicycle infrastructure—I wasn’t sure what to expect. When I arrived, I was surprised by how much support there was for biking, walking, and transit. As I walked around over the next five days, I thought about the different ways the city encouraged people to use various modes of transportation and created space on their streets for all.
Commuter benefits and programs
Your business or property can benefit through vanpool transportation and other sustainable transportation programs.
Arlington Transportation Partners’ (ATP) Multi-Family Networking nights offer the best opportunity for multi-family property managers to learn winning strategies from each other.
Whether employees are using Lyft to get to the office from transit, rush off to a last minute business meeting, or to secure a ride to the airport, there are instances where a car is needed. Lyft has a way to streamline rides for entire companies and their employees with corporate accounts.
Telework is a great work strategy to reduce commute stress, increase productivity, and decrease operating costs. In fact, there has been an increase in the number of employees choosing to work from their homes at least part-time, in recent years due to the many benefits of teleworking.
Following the success of our first Our Shared Street Pop-Up last August, we’ve decided to continue the fun and bring the family-friendly block party back for a second year. This year, you’ll see some new faces and take part in unique activities, but all with the same goal of connecting the community with transportation resources to facilitate a greater understanding of how we all use our streets.