Technically, commuters are all those people who are travelling to work. Employers, non-profit organisations and government programs ease the cost or hassle of commutes.
Employers and non-profit offer free or reduced cost transit passes to employees who do not drive. If employees purchase them, they may use pre-tax dollars. Internal Revenue Service guidance states that the maximum tax-free benefit is £149 per month per employee.
Employers provide parking passes or can offer tax-free benefits of up to £149 per month for parking, according to the Internal Revenue Service. Some employers offer free on-site parking for employees.
Maintaining a Bicycle
Bicycles were officially re-recognised as a mode of transportation in the federal tax code with the passage of the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008. Beginning with January 2009, employers could offer tax-free incentives to employees who bike to work.
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