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TDM Executive Board:
The mission of the TDM Executive Board is to improve the quality of life for all Washingtonians by shaping and creating policies that support thriving, innovative programs statewide.
The TDM Executive Board supports WSDOT’s strategic plan. Its inclusion and Practical Solutions goals areas, and the Governor’s Results Washington initiative and is supported by a sixteen-member technical committee to develop TDM program recommendations.
The purpose of the board is to influence broad TDM goals and targets. Inform policy and elevate the profile TDM plays in advancing collective outcomes concerning public health, economic vitality, and climate change.
TDM Technical Committee:
The governor-appointed TDM Technical Committee directs overall policy and funding for the program and reports to the Legislature every two years.
The board represents diverse perspectives of citizens, businesses, state agencies, transit agencies, and jurisdictions statewide.
Best Workplaces for Commuters (BWC) is an innovative membership program that provides qualified employers with national recognition and an elite designation for offering outstanding commuter enefits.