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WTA Member Services

The Westside Transportation Alliance helps meet the transportation needs of employers in Washington County. As the only Transportation Management Association (TMA) in Washington County, the WTA is a dues-funded organization working on local transportation issues. The WTA provides support to employers who seek transportation solutions to the area’s traffic congestion and air quality problems.


Regional Representation

The WTA provides feedback on Washington County transportation needs at a number of forums, including:

  • Metro Regional Travel Options group
  • Beaverton Creekside Steering Committee
  • TV Highway Technical Advisory Committee
  • Oregon Active Transportation Conference
  • Local jurisdiction Transportation System Plan updates
  • Women in Transportation seminars
  • Westside Economic Alliance forums

Carpool Matching Software

The WTA provides support to member businesses for the DriveLessConnect carpool tool. The WTA can create network administration to member businesses, allowing employees to match within the worksite and employers to set up targeted incentive programs.

Commute Fact Sheets

The WTA provides member businesses with personalized
commute fact sheets
that provide employees with information on their commute options. This is a perfect addition to new employee packets.

DEQ ECO Assistance

The WTA helps members become compliant with DEQ’s Employee Commute Option (ECO) rules. The WTA administers the mandatory commute survey and creates
for both DEQ and TriMet. This survey can also provide information on green house gas emissions and the success of current commute options programs.

Transportation Fairs

The WTA helps member businesses with transportation, health, and sustainability fairs. The WTA will provide information on sustainable commute options including bike maps, transit schedules, and carpool options.

Incentive Programs

The WTA works to promote regional incentive programs including the Oregon Drive Less Challenge and Bike Commute Challenge. The WTA hosts kick-off events for these programs and provides marketing materials to member businesses.

On-going Education

The WTA provides monthly on-line commuter newsletters that highlight incentive programs, regional transportation projects, as well as opportunities for involvement. The WTA also highlights current transportation planning projects through the Community Information page.

Become a Member

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