STAGGERED WORK HOURS STUDY. DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF STAGGERED WORK HOURS IN MANHATTAN. VOLUME I - EXECUTIVE SUMMARY--PHASE 1
The concept of staggered work hours is a proven "low capital-intensive" method of reducing transportation congestion. Experience has shown that the staggered work hours program in Manhattan has not only reduced congestion on transportation systems, but has improved efficiency in business operations by reducing lobby congestion and improved employee attendance, punctuality and morale, all of which are additional non-cost benefits. The objective of this study was not only to further the staggered work hours program in the New York-New Jersey region, but also to determine means and methods to assist other communities in establishing their own staggered work hours program. This report, Volume I, provides a concise description of the work conducted during the study and includes the principle findings, a comparison of staggered work hours, flexible work hours, the four-day work week, and highlights the state-of-the-art of staggered work hours programs in the United States and abroad, based on a comprehensive survey of more than 200 cities throughout the world.
- See also RRIS 23 199013, Bulletin 8001. Also published as Tri-State Regional Planning Commission, New York, Report No. TS-A520. Also available in set of 3 reports PC E10, PB-298 936-SET.
Port Authority of New York and New Jersey225 Park Avenue South, 18th Floor
New York, NY United States 10003-1604
Tri-State Regional Planning Commission100 Church Street
New York, NY United States 10007
Urban Mass Transportation Administration400 7th Street, SW
Washington, DC United States 20590
- Publication Date: 1977-8
- Pagination: 73 p.
- TRT Terms: Attitudes; Benefit cost analysis; Employment; Flexibility; Implementation; Passengers; Peak periods; Personnel management; Scheduling; Staggered work hours; State of the art studies; Traffic; Traffic congestion; Transportation; Transportation planning; Travel demand; Urban areas; Urban transportation
- Geographic Terms: New York (New York)
- Old TRIS Terms: Peak capacities; Staggered hours
- Subject Areas: Operations and Traffic Management; Planning and Forecasting; Society; Transportation (General);
- Accession Number: 00199014
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: National Technical Information Service
- Report/Paper Numbers: UMTA-IT-09-0023-79-1Final Rpt.
- Files: NTIS, TRIS, USDOT
- Created Date: Nov 7 1981 12:00AM