The Tysons Transportation Management Association is an independent, consensus oriented, nonprofit organization made up of employers, institutions, building owners, and public sector representatives working together to address transportation issues and improve air quality and traffic in Tysons.

Mission

To enhance the economic vitality of Tysons by improving mobility and air quality through the creation and provision of services and materials that reduce traffic and promotes the use of sustainable transportation options.

Goals & Objectives

  • To stimulate the development and implementation of Transportation Demand Management (TDM) programs by businesses, institutions, property managers and neighborhood residents.
  • To develop, promote, and implement transportation services that reduce traffic congestion and improve air quality by increasing the use of sustainable transportation options.
  • To provide members with the means to comply with state and county regulations concerning traffic reduction and the environment.
  • To share resources and expertise in advocating, developing, coordinating and promoting sound TDM measures.
  • To disseminate information related to available and future TDM programs and initiatives, as well as, emergency traffic and transit service directives.

Services

Employer Services

Membership in the Tysons Partnership TMA provides your organization with a wide range of benefits for its employees:

  • Participation in regional Transportation Awareness Events including: Car-Free Week and to Work Day
  • On-site transportation and commuter related events
  • Administration and analysis of commuter surveys
  • Personalized commuter mobility work plan and transportation resource guide based on survey and zip code data.
  • Construction and traffic advisories
  • Transportation information and materials
  • Disseminate information related to available and future TDM programs/initiatives as well as traffic and transit service directives
  • Information on new and future transportation programs and services
  • Access to city, state, and federal agencies and officials engaged in transportation policy, funding, programs, and services
  • A voice and advocate in the planning and implementation of current and future transportation projects
  • Awards and national Best Workplaces for Commuters Designation
  • Access to a network of Employee Transportation Coordinators and best practices sharing
  • Advocacy for improved transit service through our relationship with the WMATA, FCDOT, and VDOT
  • Share resources and expertise in advocating, coordinating and promoting sound Transportation Demand Management (TDM) measures

Property Owners

Membership in the Tysons Partnership TMA provides you with the following benefits:

  • Means to comply with FCDOT’s site-specific TDM proffer requirements
  • Participation in regional Transportation Awareness Events including Car-Free Day and Bike to Work Day
  • On-site transportation and commuter related events
  • Administration and analysis of commuter surveys
  • Customized commuter mobility plans and transportation information based on survey and zip code data
  • Construction and traffic advisories
  • Carpool, vanpool formation assistance
  • Assistance with design and installation of bicycle infrastructure
  • Transportation information and materials
  • Information on new and future transportation programs and services
  • Access to city, state, and federal agencies and officials engaged in transportation policy, funding, programs, and services
  • A voice and advocate in the planning and implementation of current and future transportation projects
  • Recognition of your transportation initiatives and benefits through the Best Workplaces for Commuters Designation
  • Access to a network of employee transportation coordinators and best practices sharing
  • Transportation Advocacy through our partnerships with WMATA, VDOT, FCDOT, and other agencies
  • Advocacy for improved transit service
  • Share resources and expertise in advocating, coordinating and promoting sound Transportation Demand Management (TDM) measures