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, 2020. All TMP-affected properties must submit a fully completed Program Report in 2020. We will begin outreach to BTCs in August 2020, which will include a link to the 2020 Program Report and instructions for completion. You may preview the draft of the questions towards the bottom of this page.
What is the TMP Program Report?
A standard report that describes the actions a TMP-Affected building 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. The Program Report provides a way to report on strategies and program elements you use to promote commute alternatives to tenants.
How often must an employer submit a TMP Program Report?
The City of Seattle requires employers subject to state and city TMP requirements to submit a Program Report biennially, online, on even years.
What happens after the TMP Program Report is submitted?
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.
What if I need help?
Your Commute Seattle Transportation Specialist is available to answer any questions or concerns you may have.
Program Report Question Preview
Click here for a preview of the typical questions asked in the TMP Program Report. We are currently updating the 2020 report; these questions are subject to change. Note: you may need to research or consult additional people at your workplace in order to complete the Program Report; please be sure to give yourself enough time to complete it before the due date of October 1st.