Gables Pointe 14, located in the Courthouse neighborhood, has prime access to different transportation options, and the property management is committed to providing residents with the best advice, information, and solutions to get around Arlington. The property enrolled in Arlington Transportation Partners’ (ATP) Champions program for the first time this year and reached Gold status by actively promoting transportation in multiple ways.
The pandemic is halting businesses around the world and impacting the workforce in Arlington County. Whether your employees are essential workers or teleworking from home, Arlington Transportation Partners has you covered.
See the latest updates to ensure business continuity and follow transit service changes for essential employees.
Most of us have adjusted to working from home and established a routine that works best with our schedules. From work meetings to dinner parties with friends, video conferencing has become the new normal. We’ve developed some video conferencing golden rules to ensure that you have successful and efficient work meetings.
For some during this pandemic, remote working has been a seamless transition while for others it has been stressful as they multi-task between child responsibilities and zoom meetings which leads to feeling disconnected from the office.
Employee engagement and health are top priorities for employers during such times. Employers need to think outside the box and pay more attention to the new physical work environment and create a work culture to promote employee well-being and satisfaction.
You might wonder what Arlington Transportation Partners (ATP) --a business to business transportation consultancy- and the National Football League (NFL) have in common. ATP is the leading transportation demand management firm in the country and NFL is the most popular and watched sport in the nation. But there is more in common between the two: team structure, players, schedule, and more. Take a closer look below.
Residents around Arlington have had to adapt to a new reality in 2020. While most might be preparing for a return to the office, their commuting behavior will definitely change moving forward. Arlington Transportation Partners (ATP) hosted a webinar—Changes in Arlington Residents’ Travel Behavior Due to COVID-19— to look at how commuting behavior has changed and how property managers can better serve their residents as they travel around Arlington County.