CTR program summary
How will your employees know what commute benefits you’re offering unless you tell them?
Most King County jurisdictions require, at a minimum, that information on your CTR Program be distributed annually and to all new hires. The City of Seattle's CTR Ordinance requires distribution of the CTR program summary at least twice a year and to new employees at their time of hire.
CTR affected worksites are required to include a copy of their current CTR Program Summary when submitting their Program Report. The Summary should describe your commuter program and resources; the summary typically includes: ETC name and contact information, resources for commuting options and company policies that influence commute choice. Click here for additional information on the CTR requirements for your jurisdiction.
If you don't already have a Program Summary, here is an easy way to get started!
- Use one of our free CTR Program Summary templates to customize and produce your own brochure:
- Give yourself a BETTER commute! Use the PDF version or the Word version and customize with your company's program elements
- Consider the Alternatives to Drive-Alone Commuting and Take Off! (107KB MS Word)
- Insert photos of your own or use some of our photos.