ACT, is pleased to offer webinars to help TDM professionals learn about timely and relevant topics. 

Have an idea for a webinar? Fill out our Webinar Proposal Form and send it to: cmurphy@actweb.org for consideration. 

2018 Webinar Schedule

January 30th – Getting the Most Out of Your ACT Membership

February 20th, 2018 – The Right Program for Right Now: Leveraging technology & enhancing communication to connect employees to viable commute options 

March 20th, 2018
May 22nd, 2018
June, 19th, 2018
September 18th, 2018
October 16th, 2018
December – TBD

Webinar Archive

November 16th – Opening the Toolbox to Maximize the Benefits of Park-and-Ride Facilities

Presentation: TCRP H-52 Webinar – ACT – Nov 16 2017

Presenter Contact Information: 
Jonathan Brooks

Todd Hansen


Zachery Elgart

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October 31st – Transportation Management Associations: Building Public/Private Partnerships for Commuters

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September 19th – CMAQ From A – Z – Latest on Program Eligibility and Performance Measurement

View Recording: *Please start at about the 9 minute mark* 


ACT comments to CMAQ docket CMAQ Interim Guidance_November 2013

ACT comments to CMAQ docket

Overview of FHWA CMAQ & System Performance Measures_Sept2017 Overview of FHWA CMAQ & System Performance Measures_Sept2017

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June 20th – Town/Gown – Building a Successful TDM Relationship Between Your Campus and Your Community 

View Recording: *Please fast forward to 7:50 minutes in*


May 31, 2017 – MaaS Up America! Mobility as a Service Implementation Review and Operation

View Recording: https://youtu.be/KRfjl7j6QHM 
Handouts: MaaS up America_final – Silva

May 2, 2017 – Transit Benefit Webinar

View Recording: https://youtu.be/skSdCPicMFA  

Transit Benefit Primer_ACT 2017
Transit Benefit Employer Support Letter_April 2017
Legislative Alert2_April 2017
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April 26, 2017 – Smart Mobility, Smart Cities, and the Columbus Smart Cities Challenge

Download Presenter Presentations Here:

Maryn Weimer PowerPoint Presentation

Randy Bowman PowerPoint Presentation

April 25, 2017 – Shared Employer Shuttles: Sharing the Road and the Savings

In this webinar, Shared Employer Shuttles: Sharing the Road and the Savings, three speakers from US employers sharing the cost of shuttle services explored topics such as high-tech long haul shuttles, a partnership with a microtransit provider, and transportation management association (TMA) members sharing connections to suburban rail stations.

Private employer shuttles are an effective tool for lowering single occupant vehicle (SOV) rate from areas not well-served by existing public transit, attracting and retaining top talent, and enhancing employee productivity. But operating shuttle service can also be incredibly expensive for employers.

Tom Harrington of Intuit, Matt Frykman of Glassdoor, and Tim Grzesiakowski of TMA Lake Cook each discussed how they chose their shuttle solutions, the benefits, and the challenges their organizations face in the rapidly changing transportation market.

View Recording: https://cutr.adobeconnect.com/pdjfvhzxla9f/

Co-sponsored by:  Best Workplaces for Commuters (BWC)

February 9, 2017 – The Future of TDM  

Multimodal apps, autonomous vehicles, mobility on-demand, commuter benefits ordinances and access to a diverse workforce are among the challenges and opportunities facing the transportation demand management (TDM) industry. Four panelists provided their perspectives.  The presenters included the Rob Henry from GVF (a transportation management association outside of Philadelphia) and current president of the Association for Commuter Transportation (ACT) and Julie Bond, project manager from Best Workplaces for Commuters. Joining them were two past Bob Owens Champion Award winners of ACT: Penny Menton from UCLA and Jon Martz from vRide.

To view the recording (97 minutes) and download copies of the presentations, please go to:

http://www.bestworkplaces.org/web-conferences/future-of-tdm/  ‎

Please complete the webinar evaluation after viewing.  

Co-sponsored by: Best Workplaces for Commuters

February 2, 2017 – US DOT Final Rule on Performance Measures  

The Department of Transportation issued its final rule on performance metrics regarding CMAQ and System Performance. The final rule includes numerous changes that the Association for Commuter Transportation (ACT) recommended, including a focus on people rather than vehicles and a greenhouse gas emissions metric. ACT government relations representative Jason Pavluchuk will highlight some of the key changes in the Performance Rule and how they benefit TDM programs and organizations. 
View Recording: https://cutr.adobeconnect.com/p5g2w4m8v3q/ 
Co-sponsored by: Best Workplaces for Commuters

June 1, 2016 – FTA Mobility on Demand Funding: Overview of Program and Vendor Spotlights

The Federal Transit Administration has made available $8 million for agencies to deploy ‘Mobility on Demand’ projects. During this webinar, we will provide an overview of the NOFA and discuss ideas on how ACT members can partner with Mobility on Demand providers and local governments to secure funding for projects.

Part 1 – Program Overview

During this section, we will provide an overview of the NOFA and discuss ideas on how ACT members can partner with Mobility on Demand providers and local governments to secure funding for projects. Dr. Susan Shaheen from UC-Berkley will also provide an update and overview on the state of Mobility on Demand Services.

Part 2 – Show & Tell

During this section we will hear from numerous mobility on demand providers as they discuss the world of opportunities. This portion of the program is meant to inspire and guide prospective grantees on ways they can integrate Mobility on Demand services.

View Recording and download pdf copy of slides.  Please complete the evaluation after viewing.

January 28, 2016 – Fixing America’s Surface Transportation ACT

On December 4, 2015, President Obama signed into law the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act, or “FAST Act” – the first Federal law in over ten years to provide long-term funding certainty for surface transportation. Best Workplaces for Commuters and the Association for Commuter Transportation co-sponsored this webinar to summarize the provisions of the law of most interest to transportation demand management professionals and employers. Jason Pavluchuk, ACT’s government relations representative, discussed changes that create opportunities for the potential expanded role for employers to have a stronger voice in the transportation planning process. Mr. Pavluchuk summarized Congestion Mitigation Air Quality (CMAQ) Program as a Federal Highway formula program that a wide variety of TDM and employer based commuter activities are eligible for funding. He also addressed funding Surface Transportation Block Grant program which replaces the Surface Transportation Program. Finally, he noted that a new program, Advanced Transportation & Congestion Management Technologies Deployment, may have the largest, long-term affect on TDM. Under this innovation program, USDOT will annually make grants to model deployment sites for large scale installation & operation of advanced technologies to address transportation problems.

View Recording and download pdf copy of slides.  Please complete the evaluation after viewing.

January 19, 2016 – Smart Cities Challenge

The US Department of Transportation announced a $40 million ‘Smart Cities’ competition. This competition presents a tremendous opportunity for ACT members, public and private, to get engaged. During the presentation, ACT Government Affairs Director Jason Pavluchuk will provide valuable information on the program including: Background on the program, Who is eligible to participate, Timing of the program, and How ACT Members, both public and private, can get involved.

View Recording and download pdf copy of slides.  Please complete the evaluation after viewing.