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Database/Website Existing Database and Future Possibilities - Formulation: Part 4 - by Stephen Finafrock - Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments

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  • 1. Supervisor email is required to ensure supervisor will sign off on their employees commute mode. 2. This program is aimed at forming NEW carpools/vanpools
  • Email communication is the required method of communication for ‘Pool Rewards. ‘ Pool Rewards partners may be found via the TDM System or options such as work based bulletin boards, etc’s, neighborhood associations. Up to four carpool partners can be invited Possible carpool partners will receive an email on behalf of the initiating member, asking them to join.
  • Setup your default profile (can be modified for daily changes).
  • Commute logs must be logged for each trip Commute logs must be submitted at least every eight (8) days Commute logs must be synchronized and entered for all commuters in a ‘Pool Rewards carpool for any member to receive payment on that day. Commute logs may be edited for eight (8) days before they are finalized.
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    • 1. ‘ POOL REWARDS EXPANDING RIDESHARING
    • 2.
      • Commuter Connections
        • Transportation Demand Management Program
          • Alleviate Congestion on existing roads
            • Ridematching
            • Guaranteed Ride Home (GRH)
            • Employer Outreach
            • Bike To Work Day
    • 3. The Need (Identified)…
      • What?
        • Provide incentives for new carpools
      • Why?
        • Strengthen and grow interest in Ridesharing
          • Congestion Relief
          • Capitalize on HOV facilities
          • Increase in Air Quality
      • Who (else)?
        • Atlanta, GA
        • Los Angeles, CA
    • 4. Incentivizing a Change
      • Commuter Connections ‘Pool Rewards
        • September 2009 – Program Begins
          • Corridor Specific based on Congestion
        • March 2010
          • Corridor restrictions lifted
        • Current Participation Statistics (November 2011)
          • 12 Active carpools in the ‘Pool Rewards program
          • 27 Active participants in the ‘Pool Rewards program
          • 21 Initiating participants are seeking partners
          • Completed Program:
            • 13 Individuals
            • 5 Carpools
          • Paid:
            • 14 Individuals
            • 6 Carpools
          • 103 applicants were rejected from the program
            • Prior participation in alternate commute modes
    • 5. Pool Rewards: Steps to Apply – Select “Join Pool Rewards”
    • 6. Pool Rewards: Select “Register” or “Join” a Carpool
    • 7. Pool Rewards: Steps to Apply – Review Rules and Guidelines
    • 8. Pool Rewards: Steps to Apply – Submit all Required Information
    • 9. Pool Rewards: Steps to Apply – Look for Partners
    • 10. Pool Rewards: Logging trips – Establishing Your Profile
    • 11. Pool Rewards: Log Your Commute
    • 12. Pool Rewards Follow-Up Questionnaire:
    • 13. Pool Rewards Follow-Up Questionnaire:
    • 14. Pool Rewards Follow-Up Questionnaire:
    • 15. Pool Rewards Follow-Up Questionnaire:
    • 16. Pool Rewards Follow-Up Questionnaire:
    • 17. Pool Rewards Follow-Up Questionnaire:
    • 18. Stephen Finafrock Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments 777 N. Capitol Street, Suite 300 Washington, DC 20002 (202) 962-3385 (800) 745-7433

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