Employer E-News
March 2020
A Balancing Act - Work + Life + Commute
Employer Symposium now a webinar
Wednesday, March 11th @ 10 AM
Due to the increased concern in the San Francisco Bay Area regarding the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) and the off-site meeting restrictions that are being enacted by many companies, we have changed the format of our upcoming symposium to make it an online event. While we will miss seeing all of you in-person, your health and safety are our top priorities.

The online symposium will start at 10:00 AM and will last approximately 90 minutes. All our speakers and presenters have graciously agreed to participate in this new format.

If you registered for the in-person event, then you should already have received a confirmation email for the Zoom webinar. If you have not signed up, please click here to register for the webinar.

Help us spread the word about this event as it will now be easier for people from all over the Bay Area to participate.

Bike to Work Day 2020
Bike Commuter of the Year nominations are now open! If you know an inspirational bike commuter who deserves recognition, you have until March 27 to submit a nomination here.

Don’t forget Bike to Work Day 2020 is Thursday, May 14. Pledge to ride today and stay tuned for a list of Energizer Stations that will set up throughout San Mateo County. If you’d like to host a bike safety workshop at your workplace in preparation, please email

Bay Area Bike to Work Day 2020 is presented by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC),, and Alaska Airlines.
JULY 7-28, 2020
July 7-28, 2020: A great time to telework or take vacation !

During the summer of 2020, Caltrans plans to demolish and replace the deck of U.S. 101 at Alemany Circle, just north of the U.S. 101 and I-280 interchange in San Francisco. The project will have a significant impact on regional and local traffic for approximately 3 weeks . During construction, traffic will be detoured through Alemany to an off and on ramp with major delays during peak commute hours.

Motorists should plan on delays and significant traffic during peak commute hours of 6:00 AM to 10:00 AM and 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM and are highly encouraged to avoid the area or use alternate transportation . Lane capacity will be reduced for safety and to save lives, a 35 mph speed limit will be strongly enforced at all project detours. Please drive safely! (Or don't drive at all!)

For more information, please visit
TrafficBusters! Tip of the Month
Seamless [seem-lis] (adjective):
  1. Having no seams.
  2. A free-flowing, integrated and interconnected transportation network that encompasses all modes of travel, including bus, train, and ferry, under one banner with a unified fare structure and scheduling coordination.
  3. What the 27 independent transit agencies in the 9 counties of the Bay Area aspire to be.
  4. A vision that should become reality.
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Working Together to Improve Our San Mateo County Commute
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