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5 Easy Ways To Drive Less and Live More

Driving less helps build a safer and more sustainable Arlington. But reducing car trips can be one of those things that is easier said than done. Here are 5 great ways that you can start to make a difference. Have Your Packages Delivered To Shipping Lockers One easy way to reduce car trips is having...
May. 12, 2021, BikeArlington

The Arlington Story – How Transportation Demand Management Provides More Choices and Encourages Behavior Change

Amid the blizzard of legislation in the early days of the Biden administration, it’s easy to overlook a small but important bill, H.R. 2514, the Mobility Options, Resiliency, and Efficiency (MORE) through TDM Act.
May. 10, 2021, Mobility Lab

TDM Week: Exploring Arlington's Excellence in TDM

The Association for Commuter Transportation (ACT) recently announced their inaugural TDM Week will be held Monday, May 10, through Friday, May, 14, 2021. During this week, various municipalities, universities, and organizations will share stories to build awareness of how TDM impacts the people they serve.
May. 10, 2021, ATP

Webinar Recap: Incorporate Transportation Strategies at Your Property

While normal life is slowly becoming a reality, property managers of multi-family residential properties face a new challenge to attract new prospects and retain current residents. New realities, new amenities, and new ways to communicate will undoubtedly change priorities of what people are looking for in a place to live. In our latest webinar, we shared some tips on how to incorporate transportation trends into your property's strategy and provide some insights on where to start.
May. 7, 2021, ATP

The Local Commute for Global Impact

Many companies have identified sustainability goals to address the climate challenge but fall short of connecting local efforts to larger global initiatives. Evaluating workforce commuting modes can help businesses prepare for their employees’ return-to-work and improve their health and wellness, while also contributing to a more sustainable environment.
May. 6, 2021, ATP

Celebrate Bike Month

Spring weather brings joy to everyone with sunny days and cooler temperatures. While some of us are still teleworking, it is beneficial to take a short break and enjoy the outdoors. May is National Bike Month and it presents an opportunity to  encourage your employees to start biking and celebrate events and festivities planned all month long.
May. 5, 2021, ATP

Webinar Recap: The Hybrid Work Model

In our previous blog on the hybrid work model, we explored the hybrid work model and how it is a perfect answer for executives looking to keep the office space for collaborative work while listening to their employees’ desire to remain flexible. Our recent webinar expanded on the topics and discussed what companies should do to prepare their policies, managers, and workspaces for this new work model.
May. 5, 2021, ATP

Is It Time to Update Your SmarTrip Card?

The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) recently advised they will soon be phasing out the first generation of SmarTrip cards as new faregates are installed around the region. If you currently use a SmarTrip card that was purchased prior to 2012, it’s important to update your card before June 2021 to ensure access to the full Metro system.
Apr. 23, 2021, ATP

How to Promote Biking at Your Property

There is no question that Arlington residents are multi-modal transportation users. Biking is one mode of transportation method has stood out over the last year for its ease of use, its convenience, and peace of mind it brings its riders. You've probably noticed more people using bikes at your property recently. Arlington Transportation Partners (ATP) can help you enhance your property's bike amenities and promote it to your residents.
Apr. 14, 2021, ATP

Selecting a Walking Shoe with Potomac River Running

During WalkArlington’s fall edition of the 8-Week Walking Challenge, participants sometimes discussed walking concerns with each other in the private Facebook group. One frequent topic was walking shoes. People wanted to know what others wore for walking and what type of shoe helped address a specific issue, such as knee or back pain. Their interest...
Apr. 12, 2021, WalkArlington

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