Employers from any state will benefit from reading the "Employee Transportation Coordinator Handbook," published by the Washington Department of Transportation. In the document, find a summary of commute alternatives, ranging from bicycling to teleworking to compressed work schedules. Then learn about the strategies that employers can adopt to encourage alternative commute efforts: ridematching, parking management, subsidies and incentives, flex time, on-site amenities, and more. The guide details how to start, maintain, and evaluate a commute trip-reduction program. It also describes keys to a successful CTR program.