Three Montgomery County companies have been honored by Commuter Connections for providing outstanding commuting options and alternatives to their employees -- the American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc., Bethesda; B. F. Saul Company, Bethesda; and Clean Currents, Rockville.
Commuter Connections is a regional program of the National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board at the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments that focuses on making alternatives to drive-alone commuting practical and attractive.
The American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) received the Incentives Award for offering a wide variety of commuting incentives to encourage the use of public transit, ridesharing, bicycling and teleworking.
B. F. Saul Company, a privately-owned real estate firm, won the Marketing Award for their innovative approach to promoting alternatives to drive-alone commuting to their employees.
Clean Currents, winner of the Telework Award, provides residential and commercial power options in the Mid-Atlantic Region and supplies renewable energy credits to businesses nationwide.
Montgomery County Commuter Services works with businesses to set up commuting benefits programs that are tailored to a company’s needs and implements Commuter Connections’ programs throughout the County
CATEGORIES: Making News
POSTED AT: Friday, July 15, 2011 | 4:06:00 PM