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„„„„„„„„Results from 2007 Employer TDM Program Benchmarking Survey Philip L. WintersCenter for Urban Transportation ResearchUniversity of South FloridaOn behalf of the ACT Employer CouncilTom Davis and Jennifer Paedon, co-chairsOverviewBackground and methodologyEmployer structure – purpose, performance measuresProgram elementsPrograms and amenitiesParkingERHSubsidiesObservations1„„„Background and MethodologyACT Employer Council and NCTR partnered to develop benchmarking information on employer commute programsEmail to all ACT membersSome ACT members forwarded to employersSurvey RespondentsNumber of Workplaces Number of Workplaces Employer Size100 - 250 - 500 - 1,000 - 5,000 -Industry <=99 >=10,000 Total249 499 999 4,999 9,999Utilities - - - - 2 - - 2Manufacturing - - - - - 1 2 3Retail Trade - - - 1 1 1 - 3Transportation and Warehousing - 1 - 2 - - - 3Information - - - - - - 2 2Finance and Insurance - - - - 2 - - 2Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services 4 - - - - 1 1 6Educational Services - - - 1 3 3 9 16Health Care and Social Assistance - - 1 1 - - 1 3Other Services (except Public Administration) - - - 1 1 1 - 3Public Administration 1 2 2 1 5 - - 11Total 5 3 3 7 14 7 15 542Employee Commute Program PurposeNumber of WorkplacesVery Employee Commute Program Purpose To Some A Small Not Great Extent Extent At AllExtentMeeting with local or state regulations for trip reduction 35 8 1 9or growth ...

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Results from 2007 Employer TDM Program Benchmarking Survey
Philip L. Winters Center for Urban Transportation Research University of South Florida On behalf of the ACT Employer Council Tom Davis and Jennifer Paedon, co-chairs
Overview
„ Background and methodology „ Employer structure – purpose, performance measures „ Program elements „ Programs and amenities „ Parking „ ERH „ Subsidies „ Observations
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Background and Methodology
„ ACT Employer Council and NCTR partnered to develop benchmarking information on employer commute programs „ Email to all ACT members „ Some ACT members forwarded to employers
Survey Respondents
Number of Workplaces Number of Workplaces Employer Size Industry<=99 120409 -245909 -590909 -14,,090909 -5,000 ->=10,000Total 9,999 Utilities - - - - 2 - - 2 Manufacturing - - - - - 1 2 3 Retail Trade - - - 1 1 1 - 3 Transportation and Warehousing - 1 - 2 - - - 3 Information - - - - - - 2 2 Finance and Insurance - - - - 2 - - 2 Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services 4 - - - - 1 1 6 Educational Services - - - 1 3 3 9 16 Health Care and Social Assistance - - 1 1 - - 1 3 Other Services (except Public Administration) - - - 1 1 1 - 3 Public Administration 1 2 2 1 5 - - 11 Total 5 3 3 7 14 7 15 54
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Employee Commute Program Purpose
Number of Workplaces Employee Commute Program Purpose Very To Some A Small Not EGxrteeantt ExtentExtentAt All oMr egertionwg thw itMha lnoacgael more nsttate regulations for trip reduction 35819 Reducing parking demand 24 12 6 10 Responding to employee requests for commute programs 21 19 10 3 RBeecste iWvionrgk pploascietisv feo cr oCmommumnuittye rrse)lations/recognition (e.g., 1813167 ng voluntarily with environmental concerns (CLoEmEpDl,y IiSO 14000)1316915 Reducing employee turnover/attracting more qualified 9 17 15 11 job applicants Reducing the cost of parking paid by employer 6 5 8 33 Responding to the lack or limits of public transit service 6 14 12 19 Relocating offices/facilities 5 8 6 33 Creating equity among various office/facility locations 5 10 7 29 Taking advantage of favorable tax treatment for transit 3 11 11 27 and vanpool Benefits Taking advantage of local or state tax benefits for commuter Programs 2 12 9 29 nEantsuurrail ndgi scaosntteirn uoirt yo tohfe or pdeisrratuipotnivs ei ne vtheen tevent of a 0131227
Employee Commute Program Purpose wor 0 10 Nu 20 mber of 30 kpla 4 c 0 es 50 60
Meeting with local or state regulations Reducing parking demand Responding to employee requests for commute programs Receiving positive community relations/recognition Complying voluntarily with environmental concerns Reducing employee turnover/attracting morejob applicants Reducing the cost of parking paid by employer Responding to the lack or limits of public transit service Relocating offices/facilities Creating equity among various office/facility locations Taking advantage of favorable tax treatment Taking advantage of local or state tax benefits Ensuring continuity of operations Very Great Extent To Some Extent ASmall Extent Not At All
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Program Performance Measure Number of workplaces 0 10 20 30 40 50
Alternative modes share Average vehicle ridership Drive alone (SOV) rate Employee satisfaction Vehicle miles of travel Parking spaces Vehicle trips Cost per employee Person-trips Person-miles of travel Emissions Carbon footprint Tax savings Employer turnover rate
Average SOV Rate
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Average SOV Rate by Employer Size Industry100 –250 -500 –1,000––5,90,9090 9>=10000Average <=99 249 499 999 4,999 , Utilities - - - - 64.50 - - 64.50 Manufacturing - - - - - 75.00 84.00 79.50 Retail Trade - - - 75.00 59.00 84.00 - 72.67 T Wraarneshpoourtsaitnigon and - - - 69.00 - - - 69.00 Information - - - - - - 60.00 60.00 Finance and Insurance - - - - 85.50 - - 85.50  Professional, Scientific, 42.00 - - - - 66.00 - 54.00 and Technical Services Educational Services - - - 90.00 70.00 65.33 57.00 70.58 Health Care and Social - - 85.00 71.00 - - 51.00 69.00 Assistance Other Services (except - - - - 70.00 - - 70.00 Public Administration) Public Administration 50.00 64.00 84.00 - 72.00 - - 67.50 Total Average 46.00 64.00 84.50 76.25 70.17 72.58 63.00 69.30
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Employee Transportation Coordinators (ETC)
Number of Workplaces by ETC Hours 4.00 or more FTE, 9 Under 0.25 FTE, 10
3.00 FTE, 4
2.00 FTE, 5
1.00 FTE, 14
Under 0.25 FTE 0.25 FTE, 4 0.25 FTE 0.5 FTE 0.75 FTE 1.00 FTE 2.00 FTE 0.5 FTE, 7 3.00 FTE 4.00 or more FTE 0.75 FTE, 1
Employee Transportation Coordinators (ETC) Number of Workplaces by ETC Hours and Employer Size Number of Workplaces by Employer Size FTE <=99 12040 9–24590 9–59090 9–14,,09090 9–5,90,9090 9–>=10,000 Total Under 0.25 FTE 3 2 2 - 1 1 1 10 0.25 FTE - - - 2 1 1 - 4 0.5 FTE 1 1 - 2 3 - - 7 0 75 FTE - - - - - 1 - 1 . 1.00 FTE 1 - - 1 5 3 4 14 2.00 FTE - - 1 - - - 4 5 3.00 FTE - - - - 3 1 - 4 4.00 or more FTE - - - 2 1 6 - 9
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Number of Workplaces by Survey Method
15
12
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Survey Methods
18
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Survey of all employees Survey of a subset of employees Logs or records of inquiries Budget and expenditure reports Benchmark data fromother employers
Number of Workplace by Survey Methods and Employer Size 12 Survey of all employees Survey of a subset of 10 employees Logs or records of inquiries 8 Budget and expenditure reports Benchmark data fromother 6 employers 4 2 0
<=99 100 - 249 250 - 499 500 - 999 1,000 - 5,000 - >=10,000 4,999 9,999
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Programs and Amenities Offered to Employee Number of workplaces 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 Carpool/Vanpool ride matching service Flexible work hours Onsite dining Onsite banking/ATM Fleet cars Vanpool vehicles (leased bythird-party) Onsite showers Fitness Center Reserved carpool parking Reserved vanpool parking Bicycle lockers Bicycle registration Covered bicycle parking Bicycle paths or lanes Other Storage lockers Vanpool vehicles (employer-owned) Remote park and ride lots with shuttle service to the worksites Onsite daycare Short term vehicle rental Bicycle repair facilities Concierge services
Offered at all locations Offered only at some locations
Programs and Amenities Offered to Employee 0 10 20 Number 3 o 0 f workplaces 40 50 60 Carpool/Vanpool ride matching service Flexible work hours Onsite dining Onsite banking/ATM Fleet cars Vanpool vehicles (leased by third-party) Onsite showers Fitness Center Reserved carpool parking Reserved vanpool parking
Offered at all locations Offered only at some locations
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Programs and Amenities Offered to Employee 0 5 10 15 Number 2 o 0 f workplac 2 e 5 s 30 35 40 Bicycle lockers Bicycle registration Covered bicycle parking Bicycle paths or lanes Other Storage lockers Vanpool veh. (employer-owned) Remote P&R with shuttle Onsite daycare Short termvehicle rental Bicycle repair facilities Concierge services
Parking
Offered at all locations Offered only at some locations
Number of Workplaces Providing Parking Benefits
60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Pre-tax Free parking Discounted Other None payment ofparking parking costs
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Parking
Average Parking Incentives ($/employee/month)
70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Pre-tax payment of Free parking Discounted parking costs parking
Emergency Ride Home
Other
Number of Workplaces by the Method of ERH or GRH Provided by my mParnoavgiedemde nbty  aas storcainastipoonr t(aTtiMonA ) organization on our organization's behalf Taxi 18 25 Rental Car 5 18 Company Fleet Car 15 0 Transit 5 2 Other 5 2 Total 48 47
Total 43 23 15 7 7
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Emergency Ride Home
Number of Workplaces by the Method of ERH or GRH
60 50 40 30 20 10 0 Taxi Rental Car Company Transit Other Fleet Car Not provided Providedby a transportationmanagement association(TMA) onour organization's behalf Providedby my organization
ERH or GRH - Maximum Number of Trips
13 or more rides per year, 2 9 to 12 rides per year, 4
5 to 8 rides per year, 17
4 or less rides per year, 26
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ERH or GRH  Number of Users
Number of Employees Using the ERH or GRH Number of Workplaces by Number of Users Employer Size N 1 to 9 10 to 24 25 to 49 50 to 99 100 or more one <=99 - - 3 - - -100 – 249 1 2 - - - -250 – 499 - - 1 1 - -500 – 999 1 4 - 1 1 -1,000 - 4,999 3 4 1 2 3 1  5,000 - 9,999 - 3 1 2 - 1 >=10,000 3 3 2 - 1 4 Total 8 16 8 6 5 6
Alternative Modes Subsidies
Averae Financial Incentives B Mode b Tpe ($/employee/month)
$80.00 $70.00 $60.00 $50.00 $40.00 $30.00 $20.00 $10.00 $0.00 Free Pass On-going Pre-Tax Start-Up Other Subsidy
Transit Carpool Vanpool Bike Walk
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