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Fall E-News 2015

Employer Transportation Coordinators,

     Hope you all had a great summer! As we transition to Vermont's most beautiful season, here's some news and updates to help you on your way!

News & Announcements

ETC Network Fall 2015 Lunch & Learn Event

When: Thursday, Novemeber 5, 11:30-1:30
Where: Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission
               (110 West Canal St., Winooski, VT, 05404 )


We are excited to announce our next ETC Lunch & Learn Event will be held on November 5, at the CCRPC's main conference room. This is a new venue for us, and we are excited to invite you all to join us in Winooski!

At this event, we will debut a new interactive Transportation Demand Management (TDM) tool, which will be a fun way to help ETC members create their own suite of TDM services. We will also hear briefly from Keith Epstein of All Earth Renewables, and Alicia Taylor from CarShare VT, who will also bring a CarShare vehicle for you to check out!

As always, there will be plenty of time to network with fellow ETCs, and of course, a great lunch! We will send out an invitation shortly. Mark your calendars, we hope to see you there!


Welcome New ETC Members!
We would like to extend our warmest welcome to Russ Elek and the Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility (VBSR), for joining CATMA's ETC Network as our newest member!

We are very pleased to include new and valuable perspectives which will continue to strengthen the ETC Network and help advance our goals for better, more accessible and sustainable commuting opportunities here in Chittenden County.


South Burlington Hometown Energy Hero!
We are proud to acknowledge one of our very own ETCs, Keith Epstein from All Earth Renewables, for his recognition as the first South Burlington Hometown Energy Hero! Keith's steadfast commitment to biking to and from work year-round is truly commendable and well-deserving of this accolade! Keep up the great work, Keith!
Read the full article here

WCAX covers health Benefits of cycling!
Rich Hinchcliffe from Central Vermont Medical Center speaks with WCAX about health benefits of cycling.
Read the Full Article Here

Traffic congestion projected to increase in U.S.
"The United States is choking on its traffic, with the average driver losing 42 hours a year in the bumper-to-bumper grind and a drain on the economy costing $160 billion, according to a new report..."
Read the Full Article Here

Check out more transportation news here.

ETC Network Happenings

Recruiting New ETC Member Businesses
CATMA's ETC Network is expanding! As our Network grows larger and more diverse, the value and prominence of our collective voice increases as we seek to improve our local commutes and community. 

Know a business or employer who you think could benefit from joining the ETC Network? Send us your suggestions and spread the word about the ETC Network!

Upcoming Events

World Car Free Day
This important awareness day aims to help highlight the pollution of the world caused by car use and persuade us to leave the car at home and have a no car day!
When: September 22, 2015
Where: Everywhere
Event:
Promote this event/day at your workplace


The New England Bike-Walk Summit
When: September 24, 2015
Where: DCU Center, Worcester, Mass.
Register:
http://newenglandbikewalksummit.org/

Vermont Collective Impact Conference
When: October 20, 2015
Where: Lake Morey Resort, Fairlee, Vermont
Register:
more information
 
 


Quick Links

CATMA
ETC Network
Commuter Solutions
Employer Solutions
 

Transportation Partners

CarShare Vermont
CCTA
Go! Chittenden
Go! Vermont
Local Motion
 

Help us Build the Network!

Encourage others to join, learn and network with county wide businesses committed to providing commuting solutions that influence employees' travel choices.
Forward
Plan your next CCTA bus trip with Google Transit
Follow the journeys of CarShare VT #LetsShareVT team as they hit the road
Local Motion - Chittenden County Bike Rack Program - eligible businesses, nonprofits, schools, and public agencies can request a rack!
Join the Newtork
Thanks again to all our ETC partners for your continued interest in improving access to transportation choices, and the overall livability of our community! Please feel free to share with us any transportation-related thoughts, concerns, questions or ideas for this Network.  
 
*The CATMA Team
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