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As Senator John McCain said, “Nothing in life is more liberating than to fight for a cause larger than yourself.” For years, TDM has been focused on providing incentives that appeal to a commuter’s desire for personal gain. But what if we tried a different type of incentive by appealing to a commuter’s sense of purpose: being part of something larger than themselves. This is called cause marketing and it’s being embraced by hundreds of companies who are aligning themselves with a wide variety of important causes ranging from social equity to environmental preservation. Our panel of industry experts will provide an overview of cause marketing with examples from well-known consumer brands, along with an early experiment in TDM....
Join us for our quarterly new member coffee hour to learn about our Chapter and meet other ACT members from New England.
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ACT's Chapter Leaders frequently meet together along with ACT Staff to share what they have been working on.
This new virtual event grew out of ACT’s successful Emerging Mobility Summit and will feature many of the event’s unique opportunities for interactive discussions, learning, and networking about the future of commuting. This new event aims to bring together 150+ employers, thought leaders, government agencies, and private sector TDM leaders. The goal of the Summit is to address the ever-evolving challenges that face commuters from home to work or campus. We’ll take a deep dive into best practices surrounding commuter programs from a variety of employers all over the country and the challenges they’re facing in their areas.
Biking is proving to be a safe alternative for returning to the workplace. E bikes are a way to make bikes approachable by all. Join us for an introduction to not only E-bikes- but the original equipment manufacturers' models available. We'll present seven product lines via informative videos. Following the videos, we'll have a live question and answer with some of the manufacturers.
Open only to SEACT Chapter leadership.
Join us for an open discussion, hosted by Rob Henry (ACT Public Policy Committee Chair), on the importance of sharing TDM program success stories during TDM Week May 10-14, 2021. Discussions will focus on how you can help spread awareness of your program's impacts and benefits, while helping build support for the MORE Through TDM Act, recently introduced in Congress by Rep. Chuy Garcia