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Amazon employees get a two-wheeled commuter benefit

Nashville’s Amazon employees who choose to bicycle to its downtown offices will get a new commuter benefit that covers the cost of bike maintenance, rentals, and more. The subsidy to cover costs associated with a bicycle commute include: Bike leases: Employees can lease a take-home bike, including e-bikes, for a monthly fee eligible for reimbursement. Bike…
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Return to the office will cost Nashville commuters $5,161, report says

Before COVID-19 created a remote workforce, full-time employees were spending nearly an hour each day on average commuting to the office, according to the latest available federal data. If that time was spent on the clock rather than in the car — as it has been for many during the COVID-19 crisis — workers could…
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New Bird Bike e-bike reduces reliance on gas-powered vehicles

Bird, a leader in environmentally friendly electric transportation, has joined the electric bike retail market providing alternative methods of transportation with the new Bird Bike. “With our new e-bike, we are creating increased opportunities for people to embrace micro electric vehicles,” said Travis VanderZanden, Bird’s founder and CEO. “Our e-bike is safe, durable and provides a…
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Amazon commits $75 million to develop 800 new affordable Nashville housing units near WeGo public transit sites

Amazon has committed $75 million for developers to create 800 affordable homes in the Nashville area near WeGo high-capacity transit corridors, ensuring that moderate- to low-income residents can afford urban housing with easy access to employment, schools, healthcare and more. The Nashville investment is part of Amazon’s more than $2 billion Housing Equity Fund to…
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Increased ridesharing results in fewer car accidents and drunk driving, new study says

The increased use of ridesharing apps was linked to a decrease in motor vehicle collisions and impaired driving convictions in Houston, according to a new study by The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. The research is timely as more individuals are using ridesharing apps, said Christopher Conner, MD, PhD, neurosurgery resident at…
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AI technology may be the solution to long traffic light waits

Americans spend about 17.25 million hours waiting for poorly time traffic signals every day. Every day! That’s according to a recent study by Inrix, a transportation data company that tracked the movements of thousands of connected vehicles every five seconds as they traveled through some 210,000 intersection across the United States. An interactive map created…
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CMUTER is The TMA Group Transportation Demand Management Solution for Corporations.

CMUTER brings innovative commute, rideshare and transportation technology solutions to large employers in Tennessee. The end result is improved employee attraction and retention, effective use of employer’s resources and reduced regional traffic congestion.

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The TMA Group, a 501(c)3, has been a Tennessee leader in regional transportation solutions since 1988. The TMA Group is focused on creating cost effective transportation solutions for communities and corporations in Middle Tennessee.

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