Years before making the move to their new Seattle campus, Expedia Group (EG) set out building their commute program of the future with goals of expanding sustainable mobility offerings, dropping single-occupancy car trips, and improving the employee experience. Along the way, EG achieved a 46% drop in drive-alone rate and rising commuter happiness scores—creating a flexible, forward-thinking model for others to follow.
The following webinar sketches out the framework for the soon-to-be-released Expedia Group Case Study, Flexibility and Choice: A phased approach to commuter behavior change. Get a glimpse into the policies, programs, and technology that power the Expedia Group Campus Commute. And be sure to enter your email below to get a copy of the case study delivered to your inbox the day it drops.
Expedia Group partnered with NelsonNygaard and Luum for their employee commute program, the webinar, and case study.
Location: Seattle, WA
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Josh Khana, Expedia Group
Melanie Truhn, NelsonNygaard
Kim Jones, Luum
Association for Commuter Transportation (ACT)
Expedia Group dropped their SOV year-over-year while growing sustainable engagement
Five Key Takeaways from the Expedia Group Case Study
New Case Study from Expedia Group
By creating more flexible commute policies and benefits, Expedia Group was able to:
- Improve employee commute satisfaction
- Achieve a 46% drop in single occupancy commuters
- Increase use of all sustainable commute options
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NelsonNygaard is a multimodal transportation planning firm committed to developing transportation systems that promote vibrant, sustainable, and accessible communities. They help public sector and corporate clients build robust and lasting commute programs that offer flexible transportation options to reduce drive alone rates, help meet organizational growth challenges, and contribute to community goals related to mobility, equity, economic development, and healthy living.