We all know the I-95 construction will be ongoing for a while. And that can make commuting along the corridor a bit challenging sometimes. That’s where Commute95 can help. If you use I-95 to drive to work, Commute95 can help you save time and reduce stress. There are many alternatives to driving alone, including taking transit, ride-sharing, alternative work schedules, working from home, and more. PennDOT and the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC) have teamed up to help you find the best way to get to work during construction, and after. Commute95 is also for employers who have employees regularly using the corridor to get to work. Better commutes mean better work at the office or site! Click here or contact DVRPC’s Office of Commuter Benefits to learn more.
Our region's transportation management associations (TMAs) are administering components of Commute95 and the Mobility Alternatives Program (MAP) that will help employers and employees find creative ways to get to work on time, and back home again. Click here to find the TMA where your work site is located.