A free service for individuals and employers to learn more about local transportation options.
Interactive education on travel options, trip planning and personal safety. Delivered in classroom sessions and workshops, in-person or virtual.
Montco Transportation Helpline
Information about the range of current, local transportation options is not easily accessible. Our helpline provides a free service to individuals and employers who want to learn more about transportation options.
Lack of access to transportation is a barrier to employment and we work with employers to develop Transportation Demand Management (TDM) strategies, so their employees can get to work on time.
If you have used our Montco Transportation Helpline, please take 3 minutes to fill out our survey.
“Connecting with the Partnership TMA was truly a blessing for our company. We were at a loss on where to start and who to contact for options that our company could use for our transportation needs. We reached out and not only were they very acknowledgable and friendly, they truly went out of their way to connect us with the professionals we needed to partner with to solve our transportation challenges.”
North East Human Resources Division Manager,
PSSI Food Safety Solutions
Travel Training topics include transportation options, trip planning and personal safety for:
- Young adults with disabilities, to develop life-skills, build confidence and support independent travel.
- Job seekers, to access employment and skills development opportunities.
"Travel training is a wonderful program in which our students have gained such a great skill set to add their toolbox of knowledge. It is so important for our students to learn to be independent in the community along with being aware of the dangers that surround them. Using classroom based scenarios, videos and actual practice in the community, this program has given our students the skills to be more confident when crossing the street, riding a bus and recognizing and responding to danger. Not only are the students learning community- based skills, but this program incorporates lessons on reading, counting money and social skills."
The Pathway School
Air Quality Tip
Approximately 20 days each year, air quality in Montco does not meet EPA health standards. Everyone can take action to reduce air pollution and improve air quality.
Maintaining your vehicle, commuting smarter, saving energy at work & home, and employers joining the Air Quality Partnership through the Partnership TMA of Montgomery County are simple steps to improve air quality.
Don’t let your vehicle run when you’re not driving. Idling wastes gas and pollutes the air.
Maintain Your Vehicle
Refuel your vehicle at the end of the day. Ozone levels are usually highest in mid-to-late afternoon.
The Partnership TMA of Montgomery County collaborates with 150+ public and private sector partners to:
Expand & Enhance transportation options
Ease traffic congestion
Educate & Engage our communities on issues of land use, the environment, and healthy lifestyles