We’re thrilled that the Association for Commuter Transportation (ACT) just named our CEO, Jeffrey Chernick, as one of their 2016 “40 Under 40.”
“This group represents a cross section of our industry and how TDM is integrated throughout the public and private sectors. These forty individuals are shining stars for the TDM profession and we look forward to them leading TDM for many years to come” – ACT President Rob Henry
Jeffrey leads our team with enthusiasm and vision, and we’re excited to be at the forefront of transportation demand management technology and 21st-century commuter management solutions!
ACT announced the awards on the closing day of their inaugural Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Forum in Boston, which brought together over 140 transportation professionals.
From ACT executive Director David Straus:
“The energy and passion these honorees show every day for improving our cities is at the heart of our collaborative efforts. The work these individuals have done to inspire changes in their communities and beyond is having an incredible impact to make our cities more livable, more economically competitive, and more prepared for sustainable growth into the future.”
Facts on the 40 Under 40 Honorees
- Average length of service at current organization: 5 years
- 15% have 10+ years at current organization
- 35% have 6+ years at current organization
- Average length of service to TDM industry: 7 years
- 25% have 10+ years or more in TDM
- 50% have 7+ years in the TDM industry
- 83% have 5+ years in the TDM industry
The Association for Commuter Transportation, (ACT), is an international trade association and leading advocate for commuter transportation and TDM. Commuting by bus, train, rideshare, bike, walking, or telework improves our world by contributing to energy independence, better air quality, sustainability, urban mobility, and reduced congestion. Through advocacy, education, and networking efforts, ACT strives to improve the lives of commuters, the livability of communities, and the economic competitiveness of businesses.