Reporting on your program
Washington’s Commute Trip Reduction (CTR) law requires eligible employers to report on their CTR programs. This reporting happens when you first establish your program and then every two years.
The report is a standardized questionnaire that asks about your worksites and the elements of your CTR program. Your local jurisdiction will review and approve your report based on your program’s effectiveness at reducing drive-alone trips.
Your Employee Transportation Coordinator (ETC) is likely the person responsible for completing the report. The reporting deadlines are:
Due 90 days after receiving your baseline survey results.
Every even-numbered year in the spring. Your CTR representative will tell you when it is due, providing 45 days’ notice.
What determines if my report is approved?
Your local jurisdiction will evaluate your program’s progress and whether it represents a good-faith effort toward meeting your CTR goals. See RCW 70.94.534 for what constitutes a good-faith effort.