World-Class Viticulture and Commute Culture Intersect with Napa Valley Forward
Launched in January of 2020, the Napa Valley Forward (NVF) program seeks to lower drive-alone rates among those working (and commuting) in the Napa Valley. With wide-ranging challenges to address, NVF represents a highly-coordinated, commute-improving collaboration between Napa Valley employers, Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC), Steer and Luum.
We invite you to read more about the NVF commuter benefit program in this article entitled Napa Valley Forward: Harvesting the “Low-Hanging Grapes” through Innovative TDM posted to the Steer blog. And, as always, if you would like to gain more insight about this collaboration or the details of NVF’s program, please don’t hesitate to reach out!
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