2021 Transportation Management Program (TMP) Seminar

Nov 4, 2021 9:00 am
In partnership with BOMA, Commute Seattle, and the Seattle Department of Transportation, we will gather property managers and building transportation coordinators to learn about Transportation Management Program basics, optimizing parking revenue, and the Link Light Rail expansion and transit restructure.

2021 Transportation Management Program (TMP) Seminar

by | Sep 23, 2021 | Business Owners, Commute Trip Reduction, Events, Property Managers

Event Overview

Seattle’s growth continues and the way your employees and your tenants get around is constantly evolving. With new light rail stops opening, employees working from home or on a hybrid schedule, and the inevitable return of tenants to the office incoming, questions and uncertainty are looming. Meanwhile, private development impacts on city streets are ongoing, and the number of transportation options is expanding. In this competitive market, offering great transportation programs and amenities to tenants can make the difference between an average property and a truly great one.

Following popular TMP events in 2018 & 2019, we are going virtual! This transportation webinar will consist of sessions covering elements related to Transportation Management Programs (TMPs) and their significance for commercial real estate property managers. Sessions include:

  • Why a TMP is important
  • New developments in public transit and their impact on traffic/parking
  • Parking garage best practices
  • Best practices to prepare for tenants return to the office
  • EV readiness, parking requirements, bike parking requirements
  • Robust Q&A Session
  • And more!

Nathan Torgelson, the Director of the Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections (SDCI), will provide brief introductory remarks on the importance of TMPs and their relationship to the development cycle and management of real estate properties. Presenters from SDCI, Sound Transit, Commute Seattle and the private sector will be leading sessions and answering your questions about how Seattle properties can capitalize on tenants return to work and fulfill requirements of the Transportation Management Program.

3 Real Estate Clock Hours

When: Tuesday, November 4th

Where: Online via Zoom

Time: 9:00AM-12:00PM

Cost: $39 (Member price) – $59 (Non-member price)

Reach out to ctr@commuteseattle.com if the cost of attendance is an obstacle.


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