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TransIT Partners with FCPL for the 2016 Wandering Book Campaign

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By: Kendall K Tiffany TransIT Services of Frederick County has partnered with Frederick County Public Libraries (FCPL) for the second year to introduce the “Wandering Book” program beginning August 22nd. The program is a development of the Maryland Humanities Council’s One Maryland One Book program which encourages all Maryland residents to read the same book and bring together diverse people in communities across the state through the shared experience of reading the same book. The 2016 ... read more

Maintaining Mobility: TransIT Services for Seniors in Frederick County

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By: Kendall K Tiffany, Community Relations Manager, TransIT Services of Frederick County   As Frederick County residents’ age, movement and mobility around the County may change. To ensure the senior population is mobile, TransIT Services of Frederick County has multiple programs available. TransIT-plus The first program available to seniors in Frederick County is TransIT-plus.  TransIT-plus is the County’s curb-to-curb, demand-response service, designated to meet the specialized ... read more

The ABCs of TransIT – M is for Making a [Commute] Change in 2016

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By: Kendall Klosky Tiffany Now that the snow from Snowzilla is finally starting to melt and you’re eager to get out of your house, it’s time to reevaluate the status of your 2016 New Year’s Resolution.  Did your resolution fall in the category of saving money, to become healthier or be a better steward of your local community? Well, TransIT has the perfect solution to incorporate all three categories into one resolution – an alternative commute from your typical single occupant vehicle! Throughout ... read more

The ABCs of Transit: I is for Implementation

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With the abundant amount of transportation options available to commuters in the DC metro region, many of them free and with significant tax savings for both the employer and employee, it seems almost silly that more employers don’t offer transit benefits to their staff. With the understanding that Benefits’ Managers already have a significant workload and that implementing new and unknown transit options can pose somewhat of a risk, what HR staff person wouldn’t want to increase job satisfaction, ... read more