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Site TSM Coordinators
Site Transportation Systems Management (TSM) Coordinators serve as liaisons between the City of Roseville and employees/businesses in the City, and they play a vital role in implementing TSM Plans for businesses throughout the City of Roseville. The Site TSM Coordinator’s responsibilities include:
- Promoting alternative transportation opportunities to employees and/or tenants.
- Marketing the commuter rideshare matching service.
- Promoting the Free Emergency Ride Home Program for employees.
- Participating in at least two quarterly training opportunities throughout the year.
- Attending periodic on-site meetings with City of Roseville TSM Coordinators.
- Participating in the Triennial Employee Transportation Survey.
TSM Quarterly Meeting Summary & Documents
Approximately 25 ETC’s attended the TSM Quarterly training on March 26th – thank you to our host Hewlett Packard (Richard Bouldt) and everyone who attended the training. If you missed the March 26th TSM Quarterly training, or you attended and would like copies of the handouts, attached are printable copies of the documents to forward to your tenants and employees.
Below, is an overview of the TSM quarterly training:
Scott Aaron, from Placer County Transportation Planning Agency (PCTPA) provided an update on the Bucks for Bikes Program. Fifty-six people representing 32 businesses/schools applied for the Bucks for Bikes grant program. Twenty-eight people representing 22 businesses/schools in Placer County will receive a subsidy to help purchase a bicycle to use for commuting purposes. All of these applicants committed to registering and logging all their cycling miles on the May is Bike Month website and all have attended a Smart Cycling Clinic.
Sue Schooley, Alternative Transportation Analyst for the City of Roseville kicked of the May is Bike Month program which includes:
- Free Smart Cycling Clinics at public locations – please put the Smart Cycling Clinic flier (PDF) in your kiosk today or forward it to your tenants and employees.
- Host a Smart Cycling Clinic at your work location – contact Sue to schedule a clinic for your work location – there are three types of clinics available:
- Smart Cycling – Reasons for bike commuting, five layers of safety, crashes, rules of the road, planning routes, taking your bike on transit, parking, bike security, clothing and equipment
- All Weather Cycling – Stay dry when it’s wet, see and be seen in the dark.
- Basic Bicycle Maintenance – Fix a flat, adjust your brakes and chain, maintenance tips to keep your bike in good condition.
Presentations can be tailored to employees’ needs, and are not limited to just commuting and road riding. All sessions are taught by trained instructors certified by the League of American Bicyclists. If any ETC or employment site is interested in hosting a one hour Smart Cycling Clinic at their employment site (during the lunch hour), please contact Sue Schooley, City of Roseville, at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (916) 774-5365.
Reimbursements to ETC’s for hosting energizer station, breakfast, morning snacks or lunch events for bicyclists. Work sites can be reimbursed $50 up to 50 participants and $100 if you have more than 50 participants. Please contact Sue if you would like to host an event at your work location.
- May is Bike Month T-shirts – available for employees who register to participate in the MIBM program. Contact Sue for T-shirts.
- May is Bike Month flier, e-mail and tip cards – please put the MIBM flier (PDF) in your kiosk around the middle of April (Sue will send a reminder). Also, send the sample e-mail (Microsoft Word) out to tenants and employees to promote MIBM. Unfortunately, the tip cards promoting MIBM have not arrived yet. Please contact Sue and let her know how many tip cards you want and we will send them to you as soon as they arrive. More resources can be found on the www.mayisbikemonth.com website.
Mike Dour, Alternative Transportation Analyst for the City of Roseville provided an overview of the bikeway projects in Roseville. In 2013, the City completed the Highland Reserve Bike Trail Bridge, facilitating bicycle and pedestrian activity near the Pleasant Grove Boulevard/Roseville Parkway area, including the nearby Super Wal-Mart, Sam’s Club, Panera and other businesses. The City also completed an electronic bicycle locker project in 2013 at transit centers throughout Roseville. In 2014, the City will construct the Foothills Business Park Bike Trail which will facilitate access to businesses along Foothills Boulevard, including Pasco Scientific, Pride Industries, UP, HP and Telefunken. Trail construction is also planned in 2014 in West Roseville.
On-site meetings: If you are a new ETC or haven’t met with Sue Schooley regarding your TSM plan in the past couple of years, please contact Sue email@example.com or phone (916) 774-5365 or Lisa firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (916) 746-1285 to schedule an on-site. Also contact Sue or Lisa if you need a new TSM handbook, the updated handbooks were distributed at the January 2012 meeting.
Our next TSM quarterly training will be in late June or July. If you are willing to host this meeting please contact Sue.
On-site meetings Our next TSM quarterly training will be in March. If you are willing to host this meeting please contact Sue.
If you are a new ETC or haven’t met with Sue Schooley regarding your TSM plan in the past couple of years, please contact Sue email@example.com or phone (916) 774-5365 or Lisa firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (916) 746-1285 to schedule an on-site. Also contact Sue or Lisa if you need a new TSM handbook.
TSM Quarterly Meeting Summary & Documents
Administrative Analyst -
Transportation Systems Management Coordinator
Public Works -
401 Vernon Street
Roseville, CA 95678
(916) 746-1333 Fax
(916) 744-5220 TDD