69% CTR Employer Drive-alone rate in Northgate The Northgate Network is known as the home of one of the first indoor shopping malls in America; however, it is also home to employers in both the health care and education industries that bring over 3,000 daily commuters to CTR-affected employers.

Northgate employers are working to achieve a drive-alone rate of 69% by 2017.

Employer Benefits

BenefitEmployers offering
Support for commuter programs 86%
Guaranteed ride home program 86%
Charge for parking 14%
Bike/walk facilities 86%
Pre-tax options 71%
Passport 57%

Data Sources: Network performance data is summarized from Washington State Department of Transportation CTR Survey data from 2015/2016. Network benefits data is summarized from 2014 CTR program reports.

Commute Choices

Top choices of commute method
Method of commutePercent of people that choose this type
Drive Alone 71%
Transit 7%
Rideshare 2%
Bike 1%
Walk 3%
Tele/CWW 2%

The top three Northgate commuter choices to driving alone are riding transit, ridesharing, and walking.

The most popular transportation benefits offered by Northgate employers include offering a Guaranteed Ride Home (GRH) program, offering pre-tax transportation options, and on-site amenities like shower and locker facilities.

Employer Profiles

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Greg Spotts, Director
Address: 700 5th Ave, Suite 3800, Seattle, WA, 98104
Mailing Address: PO Box 34996, Seattle, WA, 98124-4996
Phone: (206) 684-7623

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