Bedrock Detroit Recognized In World Economic Forum’s Corporate Mobility Transport Challenge
Last May, the World Economic Forum (WEF) launched its inaugural Corporate Mobility Transport Challenge, which endeavors to recognize—and share insights on—some of the most innovative commuter programs being implemented by organizations across the globe.
This Challenge, set forth by the WEF, illuminates the unique—and powerful—position of employers to drive meaningful behavior change in the areas of transportation and mobility.
We are proud to be a commuter benefit technology partner with Bedrock Detroit whose employee commuter programs were recognized by this prestigious global organization.
From the Report:
MyCommute was implemented through a collaborative effort between the Bedrock Parking and Mobility Team and Quicken Loans, powered by cloud-based commute management software developed by external partners at Luum. The MyCommute platform serves as a central resource to educate team members about existing and new commute options while offering cash incentives to encourage the use of alternative methods of transportation. Team members are asked to self-report their mode of transportation on their online commute calendar to earn these daily incentives.
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