TMP Program Reports
The City of Seattle Transportation Management Program (TMP) requires affected buildings to submit program reports in the Fall of even years. The next TMP Program Report is due October 1st, 2018. All TMP-affected properties must submit a fully completed Program Report in 2018. The program report can be found online here.
The Program Report provides a way to report on strategies and program elements you use to promote commute alternatives to tenants. Once submitted, the Program Report is reviewed for its completeness, its inclusion of mandatory program elements, and the likelihood it will result in trip reduction. Below, you will find a preview of the questions asked on the previous TMP Program Report. The 2018 Program Report may feature some updated or new questions. Some questions may require additional preparation or fact finding, so be sure to plan enough time to complete the Report before the due date.
Example Program Report Questions
- Select the TMP address matching your city record.
- Please indicate if this property is affected by any of the following conditions.
More than 50% vacant
Under initial construction
Under major renovation
Initial construction has not been started
Project described in TMP has been cancelled
- Building Transportation Coordinator Information
- Alternate Contact or Highest Ranking Official Information
- If your building has a Single-Occupant Vehicle (SOV) commute goal, what is it? If you are unsure, look it up in your TMP document.
- How many employees work at your building?
- How many of these employees arrive between 6am and 9am?
- Please list all tenants in your building and their employee counts.
- Do you require that tenant companies participate in your building’s Transportation Management Program and/or identify a company Employee Transportation Coordinator through your lease?
- Do building lease agreements require tenants to provide public transportation subsidies or related benefits to their employees?
- Is the contact information for the Building Transportation Coordinator prominently displayed in your building (building website, lobby, kiosk, etc.)?
- Does your building display commuter information via any of the following?
Digital Kiosk or Intranet SIte
- How frequently do you distribute information about your building’s transportation options to tenants?
- When did you last distribute transportation program information to your tenant(s)? If available online 24/7, when did you last remind them of the information’s availability?
- In what formats do you typically distribute information to your tenants?
- Do you distribute transportation program information to new tenants?
- Does your building participate in promotional commute programs and campaigns?
- In the past year, have you or a previous BTC attended a transportation or TMP themed event or
training hosted by SDOT, King County Metro or Commute Seattle?
- Which of the following subsidies to you offer to building tenants, or tenant employees?
Vanpool, vanshare, and/or Carpool subsidy, allowance, or stipend
Parking subsidy, allowance, or stipend for employees who drive alone
Bicycle subsidy, allowance, or stipend
Guaranteed emergency ride home
- Does your building offer a transit subsidy, allowance or stipend?
- Does your building offer the following?
Bicycle cage or locked bicycle storage room
Covered bicycle racks
Uncovered bicycle racks
Bicycle maintenance or on-site repair
- How many bicycles can be parked on the racks and/or accommodated in the bicycle storage facility on your property?
- Does your building have an account with, or offer discounts to tenants for the following?
ZipCar, Car2Go, ReachNow, or other carshare
Lyft, Uber, taxi or other rideshare
Limebike, Ofo, Spin or other bikeshare
- Which of the following services are available in your building?
Building-provided shuttle service
Building-provided cars for tenants to travel to off-site business appointments
Tenant carpool ride matching
Rideshare online or other 3rd party rideshare matching
Bicycle safety/commuting training
- Please list the number of parking spaces allotted for each of the following:
Total Spaces Monthly Reserved Spaces Reserved for Handicapped
Reserved for Building/Employer Fleet
Reserved for Carshare (Car2Go, ZipCar, ReachNow, etc.)
Reserved for Electric Vehicle Charging (Separate from Parking Reserved for Fleet Vehicles)
Reserved for Carpools
Reserved for Vanpools
Reserved for Short Term Parking
- Do you have any off-site parking reserved for tenants or employees?
- Do you offer the following parking options to individuals?
- Do you offer parking spaces as part of any of your tenant leases?
- For downtown locations, does your building garage participate in the e-Park guidance system and/ or other customer parking programs?
- Share the number of active registered or permitted carpools and monthly carpool parking rate.
- Share the number of active registered or permitted vanpools/vanshares and monthly vanpool/vanshare parking rate.
- ONLY FOR SITES WITH CARPOOL CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: If you operate a commercial parking garage downtown that is TMP-conditioned with reserved carpool
parking spaces, please describe your certification process for approving new carpool applicants and the renewal process for existing carpools that use your parking garage.
- Carpool Occupancy- Number of reserved carpool spaces occupied at 10:00am on any Wednesday(ONLY if your TMP contains Parking-based goal).
- Vanpool Occupancy- Number of reserved vanpool spaces occupied at 10:00am on any Wednesday (ONLY if your TMP contains Parking-based goal).
- Please describe status of any other program elements required in the TMP that are not covered in prior questions.
- What changes to program information and/or promotions, if any, are anticipated in the next 2 years?