Westchester County

Alternatives to Driving

Step Two: Alternatives to Driving

To identify the best alternatives to drive-alone commuting for your work site, start at the first box. If yes, go to the next box.

Now, you have identified the best commute alternatives for your work site. Next, you need to build your work site Smart Commute program by developing and implementing strategies to maximize use of these alternatives by employees.

 

Worksite located within ΒΌ mile from transit stop Car not needed for company business by a portion of employees Transit available to employees busTransit
Some employees work semi-independently from one another Some employees work schedules that do not require rigid start and end times Some employees can adjust their work schedules Woman walking outside and talking on cell phone
Work performed by some employees can be done independently Work performed by some employees can be done offsite Some employees are able to work out of their homes or at a telecenter Aerial of highways
Employee home locations are clustered together Car not needed for company business by majority of employees Some employees work during normal business hours Someone using a computer mouse
Groups of employees commuting 20+ miles on the same corridor Car not needed for company business by majority of employees Some employees work during normal business hours Image of work punch clock
Worksite accessible by bicycle Majority of employees commute hours are during daylight hours Worksite has bicycle storage area (racks or enclosed lockers or garages) Image of man walking to work
Worksite accessible by pedestrians Majority of employees commute hours are during daylight hours Worksite has clothing storage areas, such as lockers Man riding a bike to work