EFFECTS OF AN EMPLOYEE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM
Following the national trend, the excessive use of the automobile to get to work was experienced at a large administrative and laboratory complex located in suburban St. Paul, Minnesota. After an extensive survey in 1970, the various employee transportation trend lines were projected into the future, and it was determined that the ultimate number of people that could be employed on the site would be determined by the access that could reasonably be expected. In order to remove this barrier, the transportation trend lines would have to be altered and an employee transportation program was implemented to accomplish this. The paper discusses the initial program, subsequent modifications, and results.
- Compendium of Technical Papers of the 47th Annual Meeting of the Institute of Transportation Engineers and the Fourth World Transportation Engineers Conference, Mexico City, October 2-6, 1977.
Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE)Washington, DC United States
- Owens, R D
- Heglund, C T
- Publication Date: 1977
- Pagination: p. 621-640
- TRT Terms: Automobiles; Commuting; Management; Personnel; Transportation; Transportation planning
- Uncontrolled Terms: Industrial management
- Subject Areas: Administration and Management; Planning and Forecasting; Transportation (General);
- Accession Number: 00188410
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: Engineering Index
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Mar 28 1981 12:00AM