Driving our cars wherever we go is second nature. But all those miles are detrimental to our environment. With a little planning and creativity, we can disrupt this pattern and do some good to our world’s health.

That’s why we sponsor the Good to Go Commuter Challenge each spring! You can do more good for our world by leaving your car at home and choosing to walk, bike, ride the bus, carpool, or telecommute. Track these sustainable miles for the week and see how much good you can do!

Register for Good to Go Commuter Challenge for 2019: goodtogomclean.org

Next May, join your friends and colleagues in a competition to log the most sustainable trips in a one-week period. Walking, biking, riding the bus, carpooling, and telecommuting are all eligible.

Participation incentives may include daily $25 Visa gift card prizes, with the top prize being a $200 Visa gift card! Enter on your own, create a team, or get your whole organization on board.

Registration and logging your sustainable miles is a breeze with the easy-to-use platform. Check it out at www.goodtogomclean.org. Participating automatically enters you into the daily and final raffles!


Previous Years

2018 Challenge 
Stats:
Total trips - 883 (bike, carpool, transit, vanpool, walk, telework)
Total distance - 5,489.1 mil
CO2 saved: 1.4 tons
Money Saved: $1,745.90
Calories Burned: 81,289
Participants: 101
Winners:
Individual - Samantha Ryan
Team - Web and Interactive Communications
Employer - Town of Normal
Most walking trips - Nichole Lind
Most biking trips - Tim Zelgert
Most transit trips - Dee Thompson
2018 Challenge Winner - 12018 Challenge Winner - 22018 Challenge Winner - 3
 
2017 Challenge
Stats:
Total trips - 618 (bike, carpool, transit, vanpool, walk, telework)
Total distance - 2,508.1 mil
CO2 saved: 0.7 tons
Money Saved: $891.24
Calories Burned: 53,702
Participants: 71
Winners:
Individual - Kelly Rumley (60 trips)
Team - Web and Interactive Communications (71 trips)
Employer - Town of Normal (132 trips)
 
2016 Challenge
Stats:
Total trips - 1,061 (bike, carpool, transit, vanpool, walk, telework)
Total distance - 5,489.1 mil
CO2 saved: 1.5 tons
Money Saved: $1,882.35
Calories Burned: 89,347
Participants: 146
Winners:
Individual - Michael Gorman (43 trips)
Team - Web and Interactive Communications (63 trips)
Employer - Town of Normal (142 trips)
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