October was Wheel Options month! Thank you to the more than 18K commuters who logged more than six days of Wheel Options commute days! This year, our grand prize was truly grand because one eligible Wheel Options campaign participant won a $2000 travel credit and a $500 prepaid MasterCard to customize their adventure! View list of winners!
Participants had to complete and record at least six days of eligible Wheel Options commutes in October 2015 to be entered to win a unique $2,500 travel prize or many other great prizes. Wheel Options modes include carpool, vanpool, bus, train, light rail, streetcar, bicycle, walk, working from home or a compressed work schedule (e.g., four, 10-hour shifts in a week). Also, brand new this year, anyone who was extra adventurous and took and tracked 12 or more days of Wheel Options commutes were entered to win a $500 travel prize – $400 travel credit and a $100 MasterCard Rewards card. One lucky winner won this prize!
Also new this year, as an added bonus, those commuters who tracked 20 trips of walking to work or at work were automatically entered into the WALKTOBER drawing courtesy of Feet First!
- Sharing the ride in a carpool or vanpool
- Riding the bus, ferry, or train
- Bicycling or walking
- Working from home or simply compressing your work schedule
To find a carpool, vanpool or bike buddy visit our Wheel Options log-in site (or RideshareOnline.com or any one of our partner sites). To find a bus route, visit the website for your local transit agency.
Volunteer Washington State Ridesharing Organization (WSRO) members have collaborated to bring this exciting promotion to you! Wheel Options supports WSRO’s mission by encouraging commuters to reduce their driving, which helps reduce air pollution, traffic congestion, and energy consumption.
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Wheel Options—your trip, your way!
Wheel Options are part of the collective solution to reduce traffic congestion on our roadways, air and water pollution in our environment and consumption of oil by our citizens.