Site Transportation Systems Management (TSM) Coordinators serve as liaisons between the City of Roseville and employees/businesses in the City, and they play a vital role in implementing TSM Plans for businesses throughout the City of Roseville. The Site TSM Coordinator’s responsibilities include:
- Promoting alternative transportation opportunities to employees and/or tenants.
- Marketing the commuter rideshare matching service.
- Promoting the Free Emergency Ride Home Program for employees.
- Participating in at least two quarterly training opportunities throughout the year.
- Attending periodic on-site meetings with City of Roseville TSM Coordinators.
- Participating in the Triennial Employee Transportation Survey.
TSM Quarterly Meeting Summary & Documents
Approximately 30 ETC’s (representing almost 40 work locations) attended the TSM Quarterly training on January 29, 2014 – thank you to our host Skatetown (Susan Sweetser) and thank you to everyone who attended the training. If you missed the January 29 TSM Quarterly training, or you attended and would like copies of the handouts, see the below links to printable copies of the handouts.
Below, is an overview of the TSM quarterly training:
Sue Schooley, Alternative Transportation Analyst for the City of Roseville provided a power point presentation of the results of the TSM Triennial Survey. Survey results and the individual surveys were also returned to each ETC (and need to be kept by the ETC until the next survey cycle in 3 years). If you participated in the TSM Triennial Survey last year, please contact Lisa, City of Roseville at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (916) 746-1285 to make arrangements to obtain your results.
Scott Aaron, Associate Planner for Placer County Transportation Planning Agency (PCTPA) distributed the Bucks for Bikes packets. PCTPA is currently accepting applications for the Bucks for Bikes incentive program. Interested applicants who work or attend school (must be 18 years of age or older) in Placer County may receive 50% up to $200 towards the cost of a new commuter bike. The goal of the program is to get commuters out of their single occupancy vehicles and using a non-polluting, traffic relieving mode of travel – bicycling.
Applications are being accepted from January 29, through March 10, 2014. Applications are available online at www.pctpa.net and below. Should you have any questions regarding the program, please contact Scott at PCTPA, email@example.com or phone (530) 823-4029. Or Sue at the City of Roseville, firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (916) 774-5365.
Please post the Bucks for Bikes flier in your kiosk and promote this program to your tenants and employees. Also, please forward the sample e-mail with the application guidelines and application to your tenants/employees.
PCTPA and the City of Roseville will be hosting four one-hour public Cycling Clinics.
- April 2, 5:30 p.m. at PCTPA – Smart Cycling Clinic
- April 8, noon at Maidu Community Center, Meeting Room 1 – Smart Cycling Clinic
- April 23, noon in Auburn – Basic Bicycle Maintenance
- April 29, 6 p.m. at Martha Riley Library, Meeting Room 1 – Basic Bicycle Maintenance
In addition, we can host a cycling clinic at your work location for your tenants/employees. There are four bicycling clinics for your business to choose from. You may offer one clinic or all five.
- Smart Cycling – reasons for bike commuting, five layers of safety, crashes, rules of the road, planning routes, taking your bike on transit, parking, bike security, clothing and equipment
- All Weather Cycling – stay dry when it’s wet, see and be seen in the dark.
- Basic Bicycle Maintenance – fix a flat, adjust your brakes and chain, maintenance tips to keep your bike in good condition.
- Nutrition – tips for fueling and hydration.
Presentations can be tailored to employees’ needs, and are not limited to just commuting and road riding. All sessions are taught by trained instructors certified by the League of American Bicyclists. If any ETC or employment site is interested in hosting a one hour Smart Cycling Clinic at their employment site (during the lunch hour), please contact Sue Schooley, City of Roseville, at email@example.com or phone (916) 774-5365.
Emergency Ride Home Program
See the updated Emergency Ride Home flier for your TSM handbook/kiosk. This FREE program is available for employees who use an alternative mode to get to work and have an emergency and need to get home immediately. For your tenants/employers to be eligible for the program the ETC needs to have completed an Emergency Ride Home contract with PCTPA (please complete the contract); also, the employee/commuter must be registered in the www.sacregioncommuterclub.org website.
On-site meetings Our next TSM quarterly training will be in March. If you are willing to host this meeting please contact Sue.
If you are a new ETC or haven’t met with Sue Schooley regarding your TSM plan in the past couple of years, please contact Sue firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (916) 774-5365 or Lisa email@example.com or phone (916) 746-1285 to schedule an on-site. Also contact Sue or Lisa if you need a new TSM handbook.
TSM Quarterly Meeting Summary & Documents
Administrative Analyst -
Transportation Systems Management Coordinator
Public Works -
401 Vernon Street
Roseville, CA 95678
(916) 746-1333 Fax
(916) 744-5220 TDD