Commuter Benefits Ordinance Rules Released
The Office of Labor Standards has officially announced the rules and guidelines of the Seattle Commuter Benefits Ordinance. Learn how your business can comply with the newly launched ordinance.
Seattle Commuter Benefits Law: How to Comply
The Seattle Commuter Benefits Law requires businesses with 20 or more employees worldwide to begin offering commuter benefits by January 1, 2020. This includes all employees that work an average of 10 or more hours a week. Learn how to get started and comply.
2019 By The Numbers
In the past year, Seattle embraced change and came together to keep our city moving and thriving. 2019 was a monumental year for Commute Seattle including the celebration of our 15th anniversary. A year in review of the numbers that made 2019 a success.
More to Love About ORCA Business Passport
Whether you're a business that has provided ORCA Business Passport for a while or interested in incorporating Passport in your 2020 employee benefits package, here are three included programs that make commuting better with this great employee benefit.
Commute Seattle is hosting a parking management seminar for property managers, parking operators, Transportation Management Program users, Building Transportation Coordinators and other interested stakeholders. We’re developing a great lineup of speakers and more information will be forthcoming in February. You’ll hear...LEARN MORE >
RSVP for our upcoming webinar on Seattle’s Commuter Benefits Ordinance. In this webinar, we will provide an overview of all options that Seattle business owners have in order to offer a comprehensive commuter benefits program. No matter what size or...LEARN MORE >
Link shuttle buses will replace trains between Capitol Hill and SODO on the weekends of Jan. 4-5, Feb. 8-9 and Mar. 14-15. Closure dates depend on construction progress and may change. Shuttle buses depart every 7 minutes during normal Link service...LEARN MORE >