Wednesday, August 31, 2011
Three Montgomery County employers were recognized at the regional Commuter Connections’ 2011 Employer Recognition Awards ceremony this summer for collectively reducing 734,550 vehicle miles traveled in the region and cutting gasoline usage by 36,928 gallons last year.
The businesses honored were:
- The American Occupational Therapy Association, which won the Incentive Award;
- B.F. Saul Company won the Marketing Award; and
- Clean Currents received the Telework Award.
Montgomery County Commuter Services and its local program operators, Bethesda Transportation Solutions and the North Bethesda Transportation Center , provided assistance and guidance to the companies. Commuter Services is available to assist other businesses in establishing and enhancing programs that make using alternative transportation options easier for employees. Contact Commuter Services for more information.