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SANDAG: Managing San Diego’s Commute
SANDAG Council of Governments – Transportation, Housing, Habitat Plans, Energy, Public Safety, and Demographics. RideLink TDM (Transportation Demand Management) SANDAG programs and strategies that focus on reducing or eliminating trips on the transportation system during rush hours Regional TDM program to promote commuting alternatives to employers, employees and students
Telework – Program aimed at workplace flexibility.
Only 4.3% of San Diego workers work at home. Potential is 15.6%, according to 2000 Census.
If we could raise that number by 6% (2.5 days/week) to 10.3% about 156,000 fewer lbs. of CO2 would be emitted each year (Calculation based on SANDAG report Info Commute Characteristics San Diego Region)
Such a reduction of commuting would also result in a substantial increase in traffic flow leading to further emissions reduction
Flextime – variable work schedules can shift employee’s commute to non-peak hours.
SANDAG New Regional Ride Matching Solution iCommute – www.icommute.511sd.com
SANDAG New Regional Ride Matching Solution: iCommute