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.
Measure Results - Surveys
CTR-affected worksites must conduct a measure of employee commute behavior every two years to determine progress toward CTR goals. They are also required to conduct a baseline measure of employee commutes within 90 days of becoming affected by the CTR Law. The primary measurement tool is the state-provided CTR Employee Survey Questionnaire; it is available in two formats:
- Online survey
- Paper survey
The survey measures employee commute behavior in two ways: vehicle miles traveled per employee (VMT) and Non Drive Alone Trip (NDAT) for the employee population surveyed. In addition, the survey provides data on employee preferences for incentives and commute change, home zip codes and is useful in identifying areas for program improvement.
Training is offered regularly for the state provided survey process.