Despite many U.S. employers delaying return-to-office timelines until January 2022, rush hour traffic in major cities is on the rise. Policies and other innovations helped the Seattle region boost transit and reduce single-occupancy vehicles’ share of traffic pre-COVID. Which tactics are proving most effective now?
Watch the panel featuring transportation leaders from the state of Washington, who will share the data, tools, and strategies they’re using to prevent a highway congestion melt-down when the region’s office employees shift their WFH hours back to the corporate campus. Topics include:
- Public-private programs to incentivize carpooling and transit
- Surprising statistics about commuter contribution to congestion
- Calibration of timetables to ensure mobility for essential workers
- Regional network adjustments to reduce peak-hour traffic
Register now, and help manage pandemic-era congestion in your region.