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Department of Personnel Administration (DPA) Telework/Telecommute Program site includes relevant state legislation, policies, and other California resources, plus links to other state programs around the U.S.

The table of contents for the "Southern California Association of Governments Telecommunications Deployment Strategy" is available from the report's author, Global Telematics. This document, published in 1996, describes an official transportation management policy of the Los Angeles Area Metropolitan Planning Organization covering six counties, 38,000 square miles, and 13 million people, generating 35 million daily vehicle trips.

Caltrans/S-Cubed Commuter Tracking Program. This joint public-private program provides real-time traffic congestion monitoring information for a number of Califiornia metropolitan areas. The program is being expanded to cover other metropolitan areas across the U.S.

The Institute for Transportation Studies at the University of California, Davis, has done extensive research and publishing about telecenters and related forms of telework. Information is available here.

The Telework Collaborative is a five-state effort to develop various telecommuting resources. There is a wide variety of sample policies, case studies, cost-benefit analysis tools, and much more. Some of the materials are common to all five states but others are available only within one of the states' Web sites. The five states are Arizona, California, Oregon, Washington, and Texas.

The Bay Area Telework Association (BATA) provides "an opportunity to network with other people interested in telecommuting and other telework options and to learn about future plans for telework advocacy in the San Francisco Bay Area. The organization is made up of employers, businesses and individuals dedicated to educating, promoting and advocating the economic, social and environmental benefits of telework."

The Bay Area Transportation Source is a comprehensive information source about transportation and commuting options in the San Francisco Bay area.

The Southern California Economic Partnership promotes the deployment of advanced transportation technologies in the region.

Telecommuting centers exist throughout California - among them are the RAIN/Web Telecommuting Resource Center in Santa Barbara, (which also consolidates numerous other CA resources and links), and the Santa Clarita Valley telecommuting center site.
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