The price may fluctuate, but over the long run the price of gas will only go up. GLT's Good To Go can help set you on a more environmentally AND economically sustainable path! Good to Go is an ongoing community wide project of GLT and ISU Sustainability 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. During the 3rd week of May participants track and report their commutes online and can track calories burned, CO2 abated, and total miles!
Valet-style bike parking returns to the Sugar Creek Arts Festival July 12th and 13th. We're also adding a new service. Bike to the fest, park it with us, and if you buy art, we'll deliver it in an all-electric vehicle. Your trip to the fest will be sustainable as will your art delivery!
Get your copy at the WGLT Studios, Bloomington and Normal public libraries, Bloomington and Normal Parks and Rec offices, Vitesse Cycle Shop and Bloomington Cycle and Fitness. The new map is bigger, easier to read, includes instructions to load a bike on a bus and includes the newest sections of the paved recreation and commuter trail through Bloomington, Normal and McLean County. Check out an electronic copy now.
During the Good To Go Commuter Challenge we ask you to try sustainable commuting for a week. We're hopeful our series of interviews with commuters who get around year round without relying on a car will inspire you to try our challenge for a week. We think you'll find it's just not that difficult. We also think you'll like saving gas dollars.
When you think of city buses, you might conjure up long held images of black-smoke belching vehicles roaring up and down city streets.
Preliminary figures in an on-going national bike-riding challenge highlight Bloomington-Normal's national prominence in the ever-growing lifestyle.
The Town of Normal E-V Town Task Force focusing on electric vehicles has run out of charge for the present.
Illinois lawmakers are close to sending the governor a plan to regulate ridesharing companies. The state Senate has approved the proposal with strong support. It creates two tiers of regulation for a burgeoning ridesharing industry popular in Chicago that includes companies like Uber and Lyft.