Wheel Options encourages commuters who live or work in Washington to reduce their drive-alone trips and explore new ways of getting to work – and this October, we are encouraging you to be a Commute Superhero!
We are still verifying the Superhero grand reward and a few jurisdictional winner, but check out Winner page for current posted winners! the
Explore all your commute options and become a Commute Superhero – Log-In or REGISTER today! With a newly found commute you’ll be all set to save the earth, one trip at a time. Participate in and record your saved/shared commutes during the Wheel Options campaign – track six or more Wheel Options commutes in October and you are automatically entered to win some great rewards!
YES!!! But you must take and record at least six days of Wheel Options commutes to qualify for rewards. Rewards include a $1,500 super or $500 sidekick digital reward link (via Tango digital reward catalog) or one of more than a dozen $50 retail gift cards. The top two winners may use the digital link to choose between eight-dozen top retail brands—spending rewards on one brand or choosing multiple options – OR be a community superhero and donate some or all your rewards to a charity listed on the site. Your employer or your county or city may have additional rewards to win – check with your Employee Transportation Coordinator.
Wheel Options commute modes include vanpool, carpool, bus, train, light rail, streetcar, foot ferry, bicycling, walking, rolling, skateboarding, working from home or compressing work weeks (e.g., four, 10-hour shifts in a week). Please visit our FAQs & Official Rules page for details.
1. You first need to register for a free account at www.wheeloptions.org (or one of a handful of partner sites) and log your trips on the online calendar—you may already be registered if you participated in Wheel Options or any of our partner sites last year.
The deadline for recording October 2019 trips is Friday, Nov. 9, 2019.
With Pierce Trips? (external link) or with My Commute.org? (external link)
2. Start logging you non-single-occupancy-vehicle commutes on the calendar tracker. Any commute by a shared, saved or active mode counts—vanpool, carpool, bus, train, light rail, streetcar, foot ferry, bicycling, walking, rolling, skating, working from home or compressing your work week counts in October. The deadline for recording trips is Friday, Nov. 8 – please check with your Super Employee Transportation Coordinator if they have a different deadline and accept paper entries.