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Association for Commuter Transportation just got a new addition

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We are pleased to announce TransitScreen cofounder Ryan Croft has joined the Association for Commuter Transportation (ACT) Board of Directors. ACT is an international association advocating for transportation demand management in corporate workplaces to improve the lives of commuters and the livability of communities.

The association is made up of HR professionals, transportation planners, executive directors, marketers, business developers, and entrepreneurs from a variety of backgrounds and industries. Together, they host webinars, awards for transportation professionals, and several conferences throughout the year to discuss emerging concepts in the field.


“I’m excited and honored to be joining the Board of Directors at ACT,” said Ryan. “TransitScreen as a company has wanted to get more involved with solving corporate workplace transportation problems, and I can’t think of a better group of people in the space today.”Croft, Ryan 2018

Other Board of Directors members include Chris Barker of Keolis North America, Kim Comstock of the Peninsula Traffic Congestion Relief Alliance, and Bill McCaughey of Innovative TDM Solutions. The board, like its association, is a mix between cities, TDM specialists, and employers with an interest in sustainable commutes and employee happiness.

“With new mobility options leading us into an exciting new age of transportation, we are pleased to welcome Ryan Croft on to the board of the Association for Commuter Transportation,” said David Straus, ACT Executive Director. “He will lend his expertise to our efforts to advance transportation demand management in the United States.”

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