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February 1, 2019 - February 28, 2019 @ Regionwide
February 1 - 28
Use a smart commute option at least six days during the month of February and log your trips to be entered to win one of many e-gift cards!
Love to Ride modes include carpooling, vanpooling, riding the bus or Sounder train, bicycling, walking, working from home or not commuting because of a compressed work week schedule.
To be eligible for prizes, you must commute to a worksite or college in Pierce County and log your trips using the Online Trip Calendar by Friday, March 8. New users will need to complete the registration first.
- $50 e-gift card to Hop n Drops
- $50 e-gift card to Applebee's
- $50 e-gift card to Olive Garden
- $50 e-gift card to Outback Steakhouse
-$50 Tango e-gift cards
- $25 Tango e-gift cards*
*Weekly $25 e-gift card drawings will be conducted every Friday, beginning February 8. Two commute days are required to qualify.
February 13, 2019, 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM @ Online
CommuteCon is a free annual online conference that unites members of the commuter management and transportation demand management (TDM) community. Its objective is to bring those in search of smart and sustainable commuting solutions together to participate in a robust and inspiring exchange of ideas.
Each year, we welcome hundreds of TDM leaders and stakeholders from around the world. Beyond benefiting from the advanced insights of the conference’s all-star lineup of expert speakers, participants also enjoy excellent opportunities to build broader networks of thought partners while furthering their strategic skills.
February 13, 2019, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Online
"Even one life lost is too many. Pedestrian safety is a critical part of planning for healthy, active, and engaged communities. At America Walks, we believe that a safe systems approach and built environment interventions are important to achieving fewer pedestrian injuries and fatalities. Learn about resources and ideas to improve safety with this webinar."