Thanks to all that took the 2017 Commuter Challenge. Throughout the month of May, many South Florida commuters chose to take an alternative to driving to work by carpooling, taking the bus or train, walking or bicycling. By logging over 33,000 trips during Clean Air month, commuters that chose an alternative helped improve the air quality and supported a better health environment for all.
Your Miles Made the Difference
Save money by carpooling. It's easy with our new on-demand carpool app. Find a partner and schedule your trip with just your smartphone. Learn how carpooling helps everyone.
Explore your options and the new features, including real-time tracking, making traveling by bus or train easier than ever. We drive and you relax. Don't fight traffic any more.
Commuter bike trips have increased by over 40% in the last ten years. It's a healthy, less expensive way to travel. Can't do the entire trip by bike? There are options!
Studies have shown walking increases your energy and improves mood and productivity. It also keeps roughly four pounds of pollutants out of the air for every mile walked.
From May 1st to May 31st 2017 commuters throughout South Florida downloaded our mobile app and logged their daily commutes using alternative transportation methods.
2017 Challenge Complete
Thank you to our transportation partners for making the Commuter Challenge possible
The 2017 Commuter Challenge highlighted the benefits of carpooling, taking public transit options, biking and walking. We urge everyone to make use of alternative transportation to help reduce traffic congestion and environmental impact. If you're interested in carpooling, please download the free RideFlag mobile app which allows you to carpool on demand.