NOACA distributed the region’s second annual Commuter Choice Awards to the following organizations at its Annual Meeting on September 24, 2015: 
 CC Award Winners
2015 winners from left to right: Sarah O’Keeffe, University Hospitals Case Medical Center; Mike Krnac and Paula Tilisky, for Squire Patton Boggs, LLP; Erin Kollar, for Case Western Reserve University; and Scott Branstetter and Russ Grant, for Eaton.


Gold rating: NASA Glenn Research Center; Case Western Reserve University (CWRU)

Silver rating: Tucker Ellis LLP; Eaton Corporation; University Hospitals Case Medical Center

Bronze rating: Defense Finance and Accounting Service; Cleveland Center; Squire Patton Boggs

Most Improved: Case Western Reserve University (CWRU)

Honorable mention: Cleveland Museum of Natural History; Cuyahoga County; MCPc, Inc.; University Circle, Inc.

These organizations offer their employees numerous amenities that encourage them to commute by alternative modes. These include:

  • Providing free transit passes to employees
  • Offering secure outdoor and indoor parking for bicycles
  • Providing showers, changing areas and lockers for bicyclists and pedestrians
  • Offering pool cars and bicycles on-site for employees to use during the day if they take transit
  • Allowing employees to telecommute and have flexible work schedules
  • Offering video-conferencing capabilities to reduce employee travel
  • Offering educational programs that help employees learn about the benefits of alternative forms of transportation
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