DCTMA’s Super Tips to Keep You Super Safe on Bowl Sunday
Media, PA – Order the pizza n’ wings. Check. Pick your winning team. Check. Have Uber on standby. Check. Designate a sober driver. Check.
Are you ready for game day?
This Sunday, football fans across Delaware County will stock up on snacks and spirits, gearing up for Super Bowl 51. Traditionally, it’s a night known for celebrations, but before you tackle the party, DCTMA reminds you to keep safety as top priority.
As part of its Community Project Safety Project, DCTMA has launched a campaign to keep drivers under the influence off the roads. The DCTMA team will be out and about this week delivering important messages to popular pizza places throughout the county. Be on the lookout for those special “Super Bowl Check List” messages attached to your dinner order.
You’ll score a FREE Uber code for $15 dollars off your first Uber ride! Touchdown!
If you don’t take Uber, be sure to designate a sober driver for the night before the party begins.
In 2015, more than 10 thousand people were killed in drunk driving crashes. Rather than a tragic loss of life due to drunk driving, remember Super Bowl 2017 for a big win and fun memories. And, however you and your guests travel, always buckle up. Your seat belt is your best defense in any vehicle crash.
For more information about DCTMA’s CTSP program, contact Project Coordinator Alyson Smith at (610) 892-9440 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
DCTMA is hard at work helping Delaware County’s 49 municipalities to improve and enhance their multi-modal infrastructure. That’s the topic of this year’s Municipalities Conference & Trade Show.
PA Secretary of Transportation Leslie Richards is the keynote speaker.
Now it’s even easier to take public transit thanks to the SEPTA Key. The future of payment is here. How can you cash in?
And it’s a “Jammo Two-Jelly Donut Delay” at DCTMA’s Annual Awards.
Read those stories and more in our InRoads newsletter.
Do you think your neighborhood needs safer crosswalks?
Would you take public transit if service was provided in your area?
Do you have safety concerns biking to work?
The Delaware County Planning Department will be holding two public/municipal open house meetings for the County Transportation Plan where you can share your thoughts and ideas.
The first meeting will be held on Wednesday, November 30th at Upper Darby Township Building (100 Garrett Road) from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
The second meeting will be held on Thursday, December 1st at Concord Township Building (43 South Thornton Road, Glen Mills) from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
You are encouraged to join DCPD on one or both night/s to share ideas on how to improve the County’s transportation network.
2016 Annual Legislative and Membership Breakfast
Media, PA – The Delaware County Transportation Management Association hosted its Annual Legislative Breakfast & Board Meeting Tuesday, October 4, 2016 at Paxon Hollow Country Club. Guest speakers addressed transportation issues facing Delaware County. They also acknowledged SEPTA for its great work handling major events, including the Papal visit and the Silverliner V repairs. The panel of speakers included:
Congressman Pat Meehan, 7th District
Senator Tom McGarrigle, 26th District
Rep. James Santora, 163rd District
Councilman John McBlain, Delaware County Council
Legislative Breakfast sponsors include Boles Smyth Associates, Inc., Crozer-Keystone Health System, and Urban Engineers.
Rep. Santora & Congressman Meehan
Councilman McBlain, Rep. Santora, Sen. McGarrigle & Congressman Meehan
DCTMA’s 2016 Employment & Career EXPO is set for Thurs., Oct. 20th. Comcast Newsmakers recently invited our Executive Director Cecile Charlton on to speak with host Candace Kelley about the annual event.
Click here to watch!
And… a little behind the scenes fun!
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Sponsor one or several of our signature events and programs.
DCTMA Sponsorship will benefit your company in so many valuable ways:
- Build your brand by connecting with other members
- Meet with high-level decision makers from mainstream transportation companies, including PennDOT, SEPTA, and DVRPC
- Reach local, state, and federal elected officials
- Bring new projects, clients, and jobs to your company
- Secure recognition as a solid corporate citizen by showing support for congestion mitigation and better air quality
- Receive highly-visible promotion in our marketing materials and social media campaigns
- And more!
Exciting programs and events include our Employment and Career EXPO, Municipality Conference & Trade Show, Annual Awards & Membership Meeting, Bike to Work Day, and High School Seat Belt Challenge.
Employment & Career EXPO
Municipalities Conference & Trade Show
Bike to Work Day
We hope you’ll take the journey with us!
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PennDOT’s massive, multi-phase reconstruction and revival project along the heavily-traveled I-95 is well underway, and commuters are feeling its major effects.
The “95 Revive” plan, set for completion in 2023, is affecting traffic in many communities across the Greater Philadelphia region. While the work has yet to begin in Delaware County, DCTMA has been working closely with PennDOT, Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC), and SEPTA to keep commuters updated with the latest information.
Tuesday, June 28th, DCTMA hosted an Information Breakfast at the Clarion Hotel in Essington. Our member companies and other business owners and leaders along the I-95 corridor gathered for the event. Featured speakers included Elaine Elbich, P.E., Design Portfolio Manager for PennDOT; Stacy Bartels, Marketing Manager, DVRPC; Erin Burke, Associate Marketing Manager, DVRPC; Jen Scimone, Sr. Sales Development Specialist, SEPTA; and DCTMA Executive Director Cecile Charlton. The panel offered a project update and timeline, as well as various commuting alternatives for employers and their employees.
For more details about PennDOT’s long-term, multi-phase initiative to rebuild and improve Interstate 95 in Pennsylvania visit 95revive.com
SEPTA’s Jen Scimone
PennDOT’s Elaine Elbich, P.E.
To view the PowerPoint presentations, click on each link.
For more information on a better way to commute along I-95, go to www.dvrpc.org/commute95.
Or contact us at www.dctma.org or 610-892-9440.
The Delaware County Transportation Management Association hosted its Annual Awards and Membership Meeting this year at Teca Newtown Square Thursday, June 9th, 2016.
DCTMA presented awards to members who consistently go above and beyond to support our mission of promoting alternative transportation. Congratulations to the 2016 award recipients: John Pickett Award, Jeff Roken, Urban Engineers; Green Award, Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union; Sustainability Excellence Award, Tinicum Township; Transit Leadership Award, Riddle Hospital.
Guests enjoyed the silent auction featuring a variety of exciting items, including Phillies and Union tickets, a Taste of Italy, hand-strung pearl necklace, imported wine, a huge party basket of Frito Lay snacks, and much more. The proceeds benefit DCTMA’s Engineering Scholarship. The scholarship is awarded to a student enrolled in an engineering program at one of DCTMA’s member colleges or trade schools.
Chris Knaff, Riddle Hospital; Mike Bunner, Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union; Jeff Roken, Urban Engineers; Cecile Charlton, DCTMA; David Scheiber, Tinicum Twp., Tom Giancristoforo, Jr., Tinicum Twp.; Dennis Wolf, Republic Bank
Sponsors included Gold: Crozer-Keystone Health System, SEPTA, Republic Bank, TD Bank; Silver: Delaware County Transportation Service, Inc.; Neumann University, Urban Engineers; Bronze: Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union.