Elliott Corridor / Interbay

49% CTR Employer Drive-alone rate in Elliott CorridorThe Elliott Corridor / Interbay Network, once known for its railroad and manufacturing roots, now brings over 7,000 daily commuters to CTR-affected employers representing industries that include software/tech, education, and health care.

Elliott Corridor / Interbay employers are working to achieve a drive-alone rate of 49% by 2017.

Employer Benefits

BenefitEmployers offering
Support for commuter programs 88%
Guaranteed ride home program 81%
Charge for parking 69%
Bike/walk facilities 100%
Pre-tax options 88%
Passport 44%

Data Sources: Network performance data is summarized from Washington State Department of Transportation CTR Survey data from 2015/2016. Network benefits data is summarized from 2014 CTR program reports.

Commute Choices

Top choices of commute method
Method of commutePercent of people that choose this type
Drive Alone 49%
Transit 22%
Rideshare 12%
Bike 3%
Walk 7%
Tele/CWW 3%

The top three Elliott Corridor and Interbay commuter choices to driving alone are riding transit, ridesharing, and walking.

The most popular transportation benefits offered by Elliott Corridor and Interbay employers include offering a Guaranteed Ride Home (GRH) program, offering pre-tax transportation options, and on-site amenities like shower and locker facilities.

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