Good To Go

Registration is Open!

The 2016 Good To Go Commuter Challenge is happening and you can sign up now. The challenge is a friendly competition between individuals, teams and workplaces to commute sustainably for a week. Any mode counts, including bus, bike, walk, or carpool. Just don't drive alone. Recreational trips or exercise does not count.

Are you Good To Go? Sign up now and get your friends to sign up. complete just one commute between May 16-22 and you could win a $200 Visa gift card.

Are you Good To Go?

The Good To Go Commuter Challenge is back! After a year off, and a lot of hard work from McLean County Regional Planning Commission (MCRPC), the week-long challenge returns May 16-22.

Your next chance to register is at the first outdoor Downtown Bloomington Farmers' Market of the season May 7.  Anyone who registers, and then logs at least one commute, will be eligible for a $200 Visa gift card.

Be sure to ride your bike to the Farmers' Market and use the free, valet-style bike parking service, thanks to the Friends of the Constitution Trail.

Bicycle advocacy group Bike BloNo will be there with advice and tips on making your bike commute more efficient and enjoyable. Learn more about transit from Connect Transit. Just look for the bus.

About Good to Go

The price may fluctuate, but over the long run the price of gas will only go up.  Good To Go can help set you on a more environmentally AND economically sustainable path! Good to Go is an ongoing community wide project designed to encourage healthy lifestyles and promote the use of alternative transportation instead of driving alone. The initiative's primary event is an annual Commuter Challenge, a friendly competition between individuals, teams and workplaces. In 2015, the Challenge transitioned to the MCRPC and took a year off so the registration and tracking software could be rebuilt.

We're excited about the transition and about new partners, including the MCRPC, Connect Transit, the McLean County Wellness Coalition, The Town of Normal, The City of Bloomington and McLean County.