Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Resources
TDM for Employers
An easily accessible business is a more successful business. That's why employers throughout Boulder offer low-cost transportation options for employees.
The Bicycle Commuter Act
Employers can offer up to $20 per month to employees who regularly commute to work by bicycle (and who do not receive any transit or parking benefits) to offset the cost of bicycle repairs, purchases or storage:
Qualified Transit/Vanpool Tax Benefit
Employers can also offer up to $230 per month for employees who commute by transit, including vanpools. Employees can deduct up to $230 per month from their pre-tax income to pay for their transit commutes or eligible commuter parking expenses.
Business Eco Pass
The Eco Pass program gives your employees unlimited rides on most RTD services, including buses in Boulder's Community Transit Network. The pass also includes the Guaranteed Ride Home program, making it even easier for your employees to choose public transportation.
Employee Transportation Coordinator (ETC) Network
ETCs are company representatives who help encourage their coworkers to explore transportation options. For more information, visit the ETC Network page.
For more information, contact
TDM for Developers
We are working on a new Transportation Options Toolkit to help you develop, implement and track effective transportation options at your worksite. For more information about transportation options, please contact
Here are some sample plans to help you get started:
Sample 1 -
Mixed-use development: office, restaurant and residential.
Sample 2 -
Residential development: senior housing.
Sample 3 -
Residential development: affordable residential units with a community center.
If your site is in the Boulder Junction area, visit www.boulder-junction.com for more information.
TDM for Neighborhoods
Last Updated on Monday, 25 February 2013 11:12