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Wendy Duren

Wendy Duren

Wendy is program director of Arlington Transportation Partners and works with employers on their mobility solutions.

Curing a hospital’s transportation ailments

This post originally appeared on the Arlington Transportation Partners blog. Virginia Hospital Center is a leading medical services provider and one of the nation’s top teaching hospitals, providing 24/7 healthcare across two campuses. Over the years, the size of VHC’s facilities and the number of staff have grown considerably. That growth has provided the hospital with… Read more »

Employers Key to Transportation Fix

This article was originally published by the Washington Business Journal. Everyone knows that Washington D.C. makes the infamous list for worst traffic in America. But local governments and nonprofit transportation organizations in the region are doing much to combat this unhappy albatross. In Arlington County, we are taking some 41,000 cars off the road per… Read more »

Businesses Can Play Key Role in Boosting Public Transportation Ridership

People who are offered transit benefits from an employer use them. At Arlington Transportation Partners, we spend a lot of time building relationships with Arlington County, Virginia employers, educating them about the many transportation benefits they could be offering. Do they have a Capital Bikeshare station across the street from their office? We pitch Capital… Read more »

New Transportation Options on Table at Upcoming Innovation in Mobility Summit

I attended the Shared-Use Mobility Summit in San Francisco last year and came away from it with a strong sense that the conversations happening there should continue. At the time, no one knew that this inaugural event would spur such interest. Hundreds of people would be turned away due to the overwhelming response. The next… Read more »

Developers Can Gain LEED Status by Focusing on Transportation

Transportation-related measures are some of the lowest hanging fruit for developers seeking to reach LEED status with their new building or retrofit projects. These measures equal 10 percent and sometimes more as a piece of the puzzle. And nobody needs to tell developers in this day and age how important gaining “Leadership in Energy and… Read more »