A norm route is the fastest route by public transport from home to work. The price of the norm route by public transport is set as the norm budget for the user. But how exactly does this work?
- The norm route is the shortest public transportation route from the home address to the work address.
- The route is planned on the next working day with an arrival time of 09.00 at the work address.
- The norm route determines the norm budget for the user.
- The norm budget is determined by the norm route (see above).
- The norm budget can be spent twice a day; the outward journey and the return journey.
- After ordering a journey twice* via the public transport scheme, the possibility of passing it on to the employer is removed. Alternatively, the user can pay with iDEAL.
*The limit is set at two orders, despite whether the entire standard budget has been spent or not.
- The norm budget has a 10% margin for any minor price changes. This means that 110% of the norm budget can be spent in one journey.
- If the price of the journey is more expensive than 110%, the difference above the norm budget must be paid.
- The standard budget can be found in the journey planner. Visible in a yellow bar under the addresses.
- The trip planner shows whether the norm budget (excl. the 10%*) has been exceeded or not. The actual price is visibly crossed out and the price to pay appears next to it.
*The 10% margin is not included in calculation. Is the amount within the 10%? Then you do not have to pay extra.
Does the norm route need to be recalculated because of address changes? The user can change the addresses in the application* in the Account window.
* ASML can consult the People Portal how an address is changed.
Is the norm budget not accessible, but no address change has taken place? Then please fill out the contact form here and report it to Turnn Customer Support.
Wondering how a commuting trip is charged to the employer? Then click here.