Citywide and Network Area CTR Performance

Network Targets

Employers in eight geographic areas of the City have specific drive alone rate targets that they are working work to achieve by 2017. Collectively, the targets represent a City-wide 10% drive alone rate reduction between 2012 and 2017. Targets are achievable by all employers. They consider both historic achievements and current access to travel options in different areas of the City.

Use this map to explore your neighborhood. We've assembled local commute trends, typical employer program elements, and successful employer profiles, to help Seattle CTR employers create transportation programs that their employee's value, and that meet CTR targets.

Click on the map to learn more about each Network Area's targets, commuter trends,and example employer CTR programs.

Downtown - 20% Elliott Corridor - 49% University District -36% South Seattle - 63% South Seattle - 63% South Seattle - 63% Northgate - 69% southlake - 40% Elliott Corridor - 49% Fremont - 58% First Hill  - 44% University District - 36%