The Peninsula Traffic Congestion Relief Alliance has released its Annual Report for the Fiscal Year that ended on June 30, 2013. The report highlights the work that was done by the agency in helping to improve vehicle congestion and air quality in San Mateo County. The report also describes the efforts of county businesses that are making commute alternatives a high priority for their employees. An electronic (PDF) version of the report can be viewed by clicking here. Hard copies of the report are available upon request.
Printed from THE DAILY JOURNAL, dtd. 12/27/2013
December 27, 2013, 05:00 AM By John Ford
Did you know that four of the top 10 New Year’s resolutions for 2013 were to exercise regularly, save money, balance work and family life and read more?
The Peninsula Traffic Congestion Relief Alliance (Commute.org), a public agency that works with employers, schools, commuters and residents in San Mateo County to reduce traffic congestion and improve air quality, thinks the answer to keeping your resolutions can be found by adopting a smarter commute.
If your resolutions list for 2014 includes exercising regularly, saving money, balancing work and family life and reading more, perhaps an alternative commute may help you achieve them all. And, here’s why: