The Junction TMO
The Junction Transportation Management Organziation


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Andrea Leary, Executive Director
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Courtney Goldberg, Communications and Outreach Manager
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Al Marrone, Program and Outreach Manager
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One Burtt Road Andover, MA 01810 Phone: (617) 394-8537


News for commuters from the Junction TMO

In partnership with MassDOT and their statewide travel options program, MassRIDES, the JTMO now offers NuRide, the largest online travel rewards program for commuters who take greener trips. NuRide also can help you search for companions who share your ridesharing criteria – proximity to origin & destination points, travel routes, similar work hours & compatible ride sharing preferences.

Tax Benefits
Tax Benefits for Employers
& Employees

Qualified Transportation Fringe Benefits (Section 132(f) of the Internal Revenue Code) or "Commuter Tax Benefits" are like money in the bank. Employers save on payroll related taxes. Employees save on federal income taxes.
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Resources & Other
Useful Links

MassCommute Bicycle Challenge 2014The Junction TMO is gearing up for Bike to Work Week!

Are you ready to ditch your car and ride to work May 10th - 18th? Participate in the 2014 MassCommute Bicycle Challenge – Register, Ride, Win Prizes, Fun Events T-shirts! Learn more about JTMO activities leading up to and during bike week.

All public transportation routes now on Google Maps

Public Transportation Routes on Google MapsThe phrase "I'll just Google it," has new meaning for commuters, now that all Massachusetts public transportation authorities' routes and schedules are on Google Maps.

The service is available online and on mobile for Android or iPhone.

The coordination of all public transportation options means that commuters, travelers or visitors can make just one Google Maps search, even if their trip involves several different routes and schedules.

The directions can now guide an individual from one transit station to another with detailed walking directions for the first and final portions of the trip.
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation led the creation of this service to make it easier for people to use public transportation. MassDOT has a goal of tripling the levels of bicycling, walking and transit use throughout the state by 2030.


Click here to see the full summary and annual cost
savings for JTMO member company employees


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