Georgia Commute Options is a program managed by the Atlanta Regional Commission and funded through the Georgia Department of Transportation. The Commission has worked with employers, commuters, and schools to reduce the number of single-occupant vehicles on Metro Atlanta's roads-particularly during peak times. Free services are provided to motivate the public to choose clean commute alternatives and to get rewarded in the process. This includes various incentives such as trip planning, discounted transit passes, and guaranteed rides home, if a commuter switches from driving alone to a clean commute. Clean commute options promoted through the program include public transit, telework, carpool, vanpool, biking, and walking.
Sponsor: Georgia Department of Transportation and Atlanta Regional Commission
Project Type: Travel Demand Management; Public Education and Outreach
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