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Employer Recognition Event

The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) and New Jersey's eight Transportation Management Associations (TMA) will honor employers who have voluntarily implemented outstanding commuter benefit programs to encourage their respective employees to use transit, vanpools, carpools and bicycling and telecommuting at their individual Annual Meetings in 2010. Use of these alternative modes can save employees time and money while reducing traffic congestion and improving air quality.

Eligible employer programs include those that provide either alternative commuting options, such as free or low-cost bus passes, telecommuting programs, carpool matching and vanpool subsidies, or information services such as transit information and traffic alerts.

Applicants are evaluated by TMAs according to their ability to meet program criteria. All qualifying companies demonstrate commendable performance in providing commuter benefits. Companies performing at higher levels receive a higher level of recognition.

In 2010, 429 companies will be honored. 95 companies will receive New Jersey Smart Workplaces Platinum certificates, 104 companies will receive Gold certificates, 106 companies will receive Silver certificates and 124 companies will receive Bronze certificates.

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  Last Updated:  June 9, 2010