Big Green Commute 2016

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The Big Green Commute is a week-long competition for offices in the Washington, DC region that scores participating employees based on how they get to work. Encouraging more sustainable methods of traveling – walking, biking, public transit, and carpooling, the Big Green Commute hopes to challenge everyone to make their typical commute just a little better.

Are you up for the challenge?

Learn more about how it all works here.

 2016 Participants:

Community Forklift • Community of Hope • Cooper Carry • David M. Schwarz Architects, Inc. • Department of Energy & Environment (DOEE) • Grantmakers for Effective Organizations • HKS Architects • Kittelson & Associates, Inc. • LandDesign • Maurice Walters Architect • openbox9 • Perkins Eastman • Shalom Baranes Associates • SmithGroupJJR • U.S. Green Building Council • VHB • Walter P Moore • Wells + Associates

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Big Green Commute Results!

The 2013 Big Green Commute was a tremendous success! This year, 54 offices (with over 5,000 employees) joined the challenge to commute greener for one week (May 13-17), which was 3x the participation of 2012. Employees rode, scooted, walked, ran and biked their way through the city to compete for the Greenest Commute trophy and DC bragging rights.

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