CTR Program Reports
The City of Seattle Commute Trip Reduction program requires affected companies to submit program reports in the Fall of even years. The next Program Report is due October 1st, 2018. All worksites must submit a fully completed Program Report and Summary in 2018. To amend your 2018 Program Report, please email your Commute Seattle Transportation Specialist. A link to the 2018 Program Report will be available shortly, and will be provided to ETCs no later than August 15th, 2018. You may preview the questions towards the bottom of this page.
What is the CTR Program Report?
A standard report that describes the actions a CTR-Affected company has taken during the preceding year and the actions it will take in the coming year to promote alternative commute modes (i.e., non-drive alone). The report helps contextualize employee commuter habits and regional commuter benefit trends.
How often must an employer submit a CTR Program Report?
The City of Seattle requires employers subject to state and city CTR requirements to submit a Program Report biennially, online, on even years.
What is the Program Summary?
Here we give you the (optional) opportunity to submit your best and most comprehensive communications piece, previously known as the Program Summary. Show us how you display your most recent commuting data, summarize your key achievements, and communicate the program to others. Examples could include a PDF copy of a flyer, or screenshot of an intranet site. Only PDF, DOC, DOCX, PNG, JPG, JPEG, GIF files are supported. If you would like to submit another file type, please email it directly to your Commute Seattle Transportation Specialist. Find an example template online here.
We will collect the best examples for best practices (anonymized at your request) to share with others and to use for potential awards in the future.
What if I need help?
Your Commute Seattle Transportation Specialist available to answer any questions or concerns you may have.
Does the CTR Program Report count towards CTR Champion recognition?
Yes! Your submission of the Program Report, engagement with Commute Seattle, transportation benefits and outreach, and further reduction in Drive Alone Rates (DAR) will contribute to your recognition level within the CTR Champions program.
I’m in a TMP building. What does that mean for me?
For more information about TMPs, see the City’s guide here or contact your Transportation Specialist.
Program Report Question Preview
Below, you will find a preview of the questions asked in the 2018 CTR Program Report. Some questions may require additional preparation or fact finding, so be sure to plan enough time to complete the Report before the due date.