Minimum Requirements of CTR Law, RCW 70.94.531
- Appoint Employee Transportation Coordinator (ETC) and post name/phone prominently
Annual information distribution to all employees about employer's CTR program
Report annually to jurisdiction (Spokane County)
- Measure results (conduct survey) every 2 years
- Make a good faith effort to achieve CTR goals
- Develop and implement CTR program, with at least two strong program elements, to meet CTR goals.
Annual Information Distribution
- All CTR affected worksites within Spokane County are required to provide a CTR Program Summary (information on their CTR Program) to ALL employees at least one time per year and to all new hires at the time of orientation.
- CTR affected worksites are required to include a copy of their current CTR Program Summary when submitting their Program Report. The Summary should describe your commuter program and resources; the summary typically includes: ETC name and contact information, resources for commuting options and company policies that influence commute choice.
- Spokane County CTR Ordinance
(official copies may be obtained from the Auditor)
- CTR Law (RCW 70A.15.4000 - 70A.15.4110)
- Minimum Requirements of the CTR Law
- Who is affected by the CTR Law?
- What is Good Faith Effort?
- Frequently asked questions about CTR
5/24/22: There are still 8 days (counting today) of May Bike Everywhere Month... That means there's still 8 days left for you to use a commute option and qualify for our May drawings! Remember, you have until June 8th to track your commute for a chance to WIN!