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NEW! Massachusetts Clean Air Challenge: 9/22-26

Every year, Massachusetts travelers strive to take cars off of the road and improve air-quality by choosing more sustainable transportation options during the Massachusetts Clean Air Challenge in September. This year, Massachusetts challenges you to Shift Your Mode from September 22nd-26th....and WIN

Get Involved!

Participating in the MA Clean Air Challenge is FREE and it's easy! #ShiftYourMode and travel Car-Free as many days as you can from September 22nd-26th and track your green trips to be entered to win daily raffles. Not able to travel completely Car-Free? We encourage you to try traveling Car-Light. Carpooling or vanpooling with friends, co-workers or family is a great way to reduce emissions.

For more ideas on how to maximize fuel efficiency, save money and find new ways to travel green, visit http://www.commute.com/families/drivesmart. 


 

MassCommute Bicycle Challenge

If you live, work or go to school anywhere in Massachusetts, we’ll again challenge you, your friends and colleagues to pledge to take some or all of your everyday trips by bicycle May 10th – 18th 2014. Registration is absolutely free. No fee and no fundraising required: this is for fun, fitness and efficient transportation.

We’ll track the number of trips and total miles, and attribute them to your workplace or school and home community in a friendly competition. We’ll acknowledge the top businesses, schools and communities at the annual Bike Bash (May 28th) and your registration makes you eligible to win great bicycling gear and goodies donated by great retailers, manufacturers, and local Massachusetts bike stores.

Looking forward to riding with you soon!

Read More about the Bicycle Challenge >>

  

Find out more at Car-Free Week >>

 

Massachusetts Excellence in Commuter Options (ECO) Awards

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2014 WINNERS!

Please visit ECO Awards for more info.

MassCommute, the Massachusetts Council of Transportation Management Associations (TMAs), and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation, through MassRIDES, the statewide travel options program, support Massachusetts employers in their efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through decreased drive-alone trips while encouraging employees to travel to work by transit, carpools, vanpools, by bicycling or walking, or through support of telework programs.

Annually, MassCommute and MassDOT recognizes employer's efforts toward making a more sustainable Massachusetts at the Massachusetts Excellence in Commuter Options (ECO) Awards.