City and Agency Clients
We team up with local transit agencies and jurisdictions both as a community partner and a contractor to bring the commute programs and resources to the people. From employers, to schools to everyday commuters - we're here to help you find your way.
Choose Your Way Bellevue (City of Bellevue Program)
We provide services to the City of Bellevue by managing the marketing promotions, website, newsletters, customer service communications and ongoing social media program efforts for Choose Your Way Bellevue.
Bellevue residents and employees are encouraged to visit www.ChooseYourWayBellevue.org to explore all their non-drive-alone travel options. From bike maps to bus routes, Choose Your Way Bellevue has it all. Commuters can find a ridematch and earn rewards and Perks for logging non-drive-alone trips on an online calendar. We invite all our TransManage building program tenants to utilize the Choose Your Way Bellevue tools and resources.
We also provide free expert consultations and support for smaller employers (with fewer than 100 employees) to create employee transportation benefit programs. This program is made possible by a collaboration between TransManage, King County Metro and the City of Bellevue.
Kirkland Green Trip (City of Kirkland Program)
We support the City of Kirkland by managing the marketing promotions, website, newsletters, customer service communications and ongoing social media program efforts for Kirkland Green Trip.
Kirkland residents and employees are eligible to receive rewards through the trip planning and ridematch resource, Kirkland Green Trip. Kirkland employers can also benefit from Kirkland Green Trip’s free employer consultation services to set up an employer program of their own to encourage non-drive-alone commuting to their worksite. There are even grant funds available to help bolster a new commute program at Kirkland worksites. This resource is a collaboration between TransManage, King County Metro and the City of Kirkland.
Issaquah Salmon Friendly Trips (City of Issaquah Program)
Issaquah prides itself on being a sustainable community. In 2015 we stepped in to support their program outreach as they’ve renewed their Salmon Friendly Trips program. You will see us at community events, behind the email communications and working with Issaquah employers as we help program participants find a drive-alone alternative. Issaquah residents and workers are invited to join the Salmon Friendly Trips program. Parents participating in the Issaquah SchoolPool program can find a carpool, walking or biking "school bus" to help them get to school. Thanks to King County Metro and the City of Issaquah, our services extend to the city of Issaquah.
Just One Trip (King County Metro Program)
Since 2014, TransManage has supported the customer service and general program support for King County Metro's Community In Motion and Just One Trip programs, connecting commuters to drive-alone alternatives all along the I-405 corridor and I-90 corridors.