See what these local businesses have to say about the programs and services offered by Go! Chittenden County’s partner organizations. You’ll find that their employees are healthier and happier, they’re saving money, and it was an easy decision to prioritize transportation.
“Saving energy and promoting sustainability are the core philosophies of Cx Associates, so for us, it was an easy decision to join CarShare Vermont (CSVT) as a business member. Not only is it a cost-effective business choice, but it is a valuable element of our total employee benefits package. Being CSVT members allows our employees to use green methods of commuting to work, like taking the bus or cycling, without having to worry about how they will be able to get to the occasional dentist or doctor appointment in the middle of the day, or to a job site. And, our membership supports CSVT’s mission to provide a sustainable alternative to private car ownership.”
To read more about how Cx Associates encourages its employees to use environmentally friendly ways of commuting to work, check out this post about our Green Incentives program on our blog, Building Energy Resilience.”
Burton Snowboards’ commitment to environmental sustainability includes supporting employees to take other transportation modes to work…and having some fun too. Watch this 3 minute video to learn how they do it and why employees love it.
UVM's love affair with TDM
The University of Vermont’s TDM program, hosted by the Campus Area Transportation Management Association (CATMA), offers employees and students numerous commuting options to help get cars off the road, reducing expenses, congestion, and pollution. Watch this 4 minute video to hear from people who love the program.
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