The Commuter Information Team is proud to host the 28th annual Clean Commute Day in the Central Virginia region, Friday, May 25th, 2018.
Area commuters are encouraged to take the “Clean Commute Pledge,” promising to use a commute option other than driving alone for at least one day this spring. Participants who make the pledge are eligible to win valuable prizes from sponsors, such as bus passes for CAT, Washington Nationals tickets and other gift certificates.
About Commuter Information: Commuter Information works to enhance the quality of life and mobility of people in the Thomas Jefferson Planning District by promoting alternatives to single occupant vehicles through private-public partnerships, community outreach and individualized service. The Commuter Information Team is RideShare, JAUNT, CAT, UTS and Greene County Transit.
RideShare is a program of the Thomas Jefferson Planning District Commission in cooperation with the Central Shenandoah Planning District Commission, working to reduce traffic congestion and increase mobility throughout Central Virginia and the Central Shenandoah Valley.
We offer free carpool matching, vanpool coordination, and operate a Guaranteed Ride Home program to provide free rides home in an emergency.
RideShare also works with employers to develop and implement traffic reduction programs, and we market the region’s Park and Ride lots.