Business travel costs are a big expense. Find out how you can reduce your spend and your environmental footprint by looking at some flexible solutions. This bitesized programme is provided by eco-fair partner West Yorkshire Travel Plan Network.
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Car Clubs – What are they and how can they save on business travel costs? Matt Barker from City Car Club explains their operation and benefits and will answer any questions.
Pool MetroCard – How to reduce the costs of business travel in West Yorkshire. Kate Bisson from Calderdale Council will share her experience of the savings made by staff using public transport on council business.
Coping with business re-location – Employee concerns over travel? John Davis from Wakefield Council has first hand experience of issues raised and practical solutions implemented for employee relocation.
Promoting cycling in the workplace – What employers can do? Carl Tinson from Metro will discuss the business and health benefits and how to encourage cycling amongst employees. For more info on this topic, email Ginny.email@example.com or Carl.firstname.lastname@example.org
Pool MetroCard – repeat session – How to reduce the costs of business travel in West Yorkshire – Kate Bisson from Calderdale Council will share her experience of the savings made by staff using public transport on council business.
Corporate MetroCard – cheaper public transport for your employees – An employee benefit that benefits the employer. Nicola Whatmuff from Metro explains how over 100 West Yorkshire employers have secured a 15% discount through this scheme.
Cutting the costs of car park provision – Identify solutions that could help your organization. An interactive travel planning session with Ray Hill from Leeds City Council and Dorothy Sharp from Metro.
Travel Plan Network members: coffee and a chance to catch up – For full members of the West Yorkshire Travel Plan Network only.
The West Yorkshire Travel Plan Network works with and supports organisations who are located in West Yorkshire. Organisations based outside the county will still find most sessions useful and are very welcome but may not be able to access some of the benefits discussed.