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"Getting to Yes!: Lessons Learned for Increasing the Effectiveness of Commuter Benefit Programs" NetConference

National Center for Transit Research’s National TDM and
Telework Clearinghouse at the University of South Florida and the Association for Commuter Transportation held a net conference entitled “Getting to Yes!: Lessons Learned for Increasing the Effectiveness of Commuter Benefit Programs” on August 14, 2002.

In this netconference, "attendees" heard the audio portion of the live presentation via a toll-free telephone call and simultaneously viewed the PowerPoint presentation via Internet.

This 1-hour session featured Michael Grant, ICF Consulting, and co-author of the soon-to-be released Transit Cooperative Research Program report “Strategies for Increasing the Effectiveness of Commuter Choice” and Tracy Simpson, Millennium Pharmaceuticals in Cambridge, MA. Michael Grant summarized national research on employer experiences with commuter benefits. Tracy Simpson provided an insiders’ view of setting up and maintaining a commuter benefit program within a company.

This session included a question and answer session between the panelists and the remote attendees in Florida, California, Texas, Illinois, Massachusetts, Georgia, Minnesota, Utah and Colorado and the panelists in Massachusetts and Washington, DC.

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