New hires in entry-level positions often find themselves in need of a commuter car to fulfill job obligations despite not having yet earned enough income to purchase one.
A 90-day program providing transitional transit services as new entry-level workers prepare for responsible car ownership.
- Public-private partnerships offer a pool of transportation assets from which an employer and employee can negotiate the optimal commute (e.g. a mix of bus/Uber/bikeshare/employer-managed vanpool services) along unfamiliar or frequently-changing job sites
- Known mobility options between employer and employee create a robust and empathetic environment for situations when one form of transit fails
- Banks offer financial literacy tools to aid employee in preparation for car purchase