CCC Achieves Gold Award From New Jersey Smart Workplaces Program
Camden County College has received another Gold Award from the New Jersey Smart Workplaces Program.
This program was developed by the New Jersey Department of Transportation and the state’s transportation management associations. It is administered locally by the Cross County Connection Transportation Management Association.
CCC, which received a Gold Award from the program a year ago as well, was recognized for implementing 10 measures that promote commuting alternatives for employees. These, in turn, contribute toward the reduction of traffic congestion and the improvement of air quality. They include placing alternative-commute information in new-employee packets; providing public transit schedules at campus locations; disseminating traffic alerts to employees; installing bicycle racks on campus; offering a formal compressed workweek during the summer; and five other activities.
Accepting the award on behalf of the College were facilities director Kay Byrd, President Raymond Yannuzzi and public safety executive director Edward Carney.
Published: March 15, 2012