The Go To Good Commuter Challenge is a week-long event designed to encourage health living and promote the use of sustainable transportation instead of driving alone. The Challenge is a friendly competition between workplaces for the highest employee participation rate and between individuals, teams, groups and organizations to see who can tally the most miles. During the week, participants track and report their commutes online. Public transit, walking, bicycling, car sharing, carpooling, vanpooling, and telecommuting all count for the competition.
The annual challenge is typically the third week of May. But not this year. The Good To Go Commuter Challenge is transitioning to the McLean County Regional Planning Commission and is taking a year off so the registration and tracking software can be rebuilt. We're excited about the transition and about bringing on new partners, including Connect Transit, the McLean County Health Department, The Town of Normal, The City of Bloomington and McLean County.
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