Mass transit lacks appeal for workers

DOWNTOWN OFFICE WORKERS board a RIPTA bus at the end of the business day. Few companies offer employee incentives for using public transit, officials say, and those who do find few takers. /
DOWNTOWN OFFICE WORKERS board a RIPTA bus at the end of the business day. Few companies offer employee incentives for using public transit, officials say, and those who do find few takers. /
Since moving to its new headquarters downtown, GTECH Corp. has become a leader among Providence businesses trying to encourage employees to carpool or use public transportation. In January, the company rolled out a parking cash-out program with help from the R.I. Public Transit Authority. The deal provides employees with a free RIPTA monthly pass for…

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