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.

Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2016 BGC! Please join us for the award reception on May 25th. On behalf of the community partners we hope to see you again in 2017.

Special thanks to our Donors!

We’re very happy that the BGC has raised $6,100 for Coalition for Smarter Growth and Community of Hope!! That’s our largest number yet! These organizations use the support generated from the BGC to provide transit subsidies for low-income and homeless residents and to strengthen programs designed to allow more people to have a greener commute.

 

 2016 Participants:

Architect of the Capitol • AECOM • Array Architects • Beyer Blinder Belle • Community Forklift • Coalition for Smarter Growth •  Community of Hope • Cooper Carry • David M. Schwarz Architects, Inc. • Department of Energy & Environment (DOEE) • eric colbert & associates • Grantmakers for Effective Organizations • Hickok Cole • HKS Architects • Kittelson & Associates, Inc. • LandDesign • Landscape Architecture Bureau • Martinez + Johnson Architecture • Maurice Walters Architect • Moody Nolan •  openbox9 • OTJ Architects • Perkins Eastman • Quinn Evans Architects • Rails-to-Trails Conservancy • RK&K, LLP • Shalom Baranes Associates • Silman • Simpson Gumpertz & Heger • SmithGroupJJR • Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill • U.S. Green Building Council • VHB • Waldon Studio Architects •  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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