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Transportation Coordinator Workshops and Webinars
Workshops and webinars are a great way to hear about current events happening at Valley Metro, our member cities and partners, and how they can impact your Trip Reduction Program. We encourage you to attend and network with other Transportation Coordinators in your area.
For a list of upcoming workshops and webinars, refer to the green Categories box on the Right.
For a listing of our 2016 TC Workshops and Webinars, click here.
MANAGING MULTIPLE SITES IN THE TRAVEL REDUCTION PROGRAM (TRP)
Organizations with 50 or more employees at any given site are required to participate in the TRP; some transportation coordinators manage up to 80 sites! Hear best practices for communicating with site coordinators.
GET INVOLVED WITH RIDESHARE MONTH
October is Rideshare Month, with special contests, giveaways and a Commuter Challenge at ShareTheRide.com. Learn how RideShare Month can boost your Travel Reduction Program and get important updates.
TRANSPORTATION PLAN (T2050) UPDATE BY CITY OF PHOENIX PUBLIC TRANSIT DEPARTMENT
Phoenix voters’ approval of Transportation 2050 means getting around the city will soon be easier. From improved bus routes and frequencies to better bike infrastructure and repaired potholes, this webinar will provide insight into what you can expect.
Valley Metro offers a free interactive workshop for Transportation Coordinators (TCs). The class is designed to provide an overview of the Trip Reduction Program and explain your role as the TC. Attendees will receive a comprehensive training manual. Registration is required.
Class time: 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
DE-JUNKING OUR WORLD WITH TOM SZAKY
One of Entrepreneur Magazine’s “Forward Thinkers” of 2015, the founder and CEO of TerraCyle will talk about the possibilities that occur when we change how we think about trash. You’ll also receive important Travel Reduction Program updates.
VALLEY METRO CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS UPDATE
Find out about Valley Metro’s light rail and other expansion projects, and receive Travel Reduction Program updates.