Businesses in the Perimeter area can find help developing alternate transportation for their employees and tenants through a free service launching this month.

The Perimeter Community Improvement Districts announced May 14 that it is starting the new service, called Perimeter Connects, and will take over former clients of the Perimeter Transportation Sustainability Coalition.

“We want you to think of Perimeter Connects as your one-stop transportation consulting firm,” new director Emily Haar told members of the Perimeter Business Association at their May 15 meeting.

The program will provide sales of discounted/bulk MARTA Breeze cards and help businesses in the Perimeter area develop shuttle and vanpool programs – “anything that takes cars off the roads,” Haar said.