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Learn More About Smart Commuting
Try the links below to anchor to related, online transportation topics:


Vanpooling and carpooling can be a great commute choice!

Look for a ridematch in a vanpool or carpool! href=””>Log-in or register for a free account – input your origin and destination and search for vanpools or carpools with a similar commute to yours!

Washington state is the nation’s vanpool capital! We have the largest, longest-running public commuter van program in the nation – it stated in Seattle almost forty years ago and we now have almost 20 public vanpool providers and 3,000 commuter vans.Check out these great vanpool videos!

Vanpool: Your New Commute! – King County

GO Vanpool – Intercity Transit/Pierce Transit

What is a Vanpool? – Spokane Transit

Want a list of Washington State vanpool providers by county? These organizations provide assistance with using and with starting or joining a vanpool group. Most vanpool programs require that the commute trip has an origination or destination in the county providing the vanpool service.

Ben Franklin Transit


Clallam Transit

Community Transit

Grays Harbor Transit

Intercity Transit

Island Transit

Jefferson Transit

King County Metro

Kitsap Transit

Mason Transit

Pierce Transit

Skagit Transit

Spokane Transit

Valley Transit

Whatcom Transit

Yakima Transit

Public Transit

Healthy, Carbon-Free Commuting
– Bicycling, Walking, Rolling!

Below are a handful of outside links to related online resources we hope you find helpful –

  • Bicycling in Washington – WSDOT provided tips on commuting by bike, safety information, bicycle club resources and more.
    • Washington Bikes – Roll with us to support statewide bike policy and advocacy in the #1 Bicycle Friendly State in America (every year since 2008) – formerly Bicycle Alliance of Washington.
    • Cascade Bicycle Club – Cascade Bicycle Club supports bike commuters through education, advocacy, and events. Come Ride With Us!
  • Walking in Washington State – Information about Walking in Washington, including pedestrian tips, ADA standards, associated laws and design efforts.
  • Explore Washington Trails! Empowering hikers to build a world where trails connect people and places
  • Feet First – Promoting Walkable Communities! Feet First works to ensure all communities across Washington are walkable and help people take steps that create better places to live, learn, shop, work and play – a world that cares about health, community and design.
  • Transportation Choices Coalition – Walk! Ride! Bike! THRIVE! Transportation Choices is a statewide policy and advocacy nonprofit dedicated to bringing Washingtonians more and better transportation choices.

What’s the true cost of car ownership & driving alone?

Everyone Wins with Better Air Quality!

  • Below are a handful of outside links to related online public resources
    • Climate Solutions – Climate Solutions offers practical solutions to global warming
    • ORCAA – The Olympic Region Clean Air Agency (ORCAA) serves Clallam, Grays Harbor, Jefferson, Mason, Pacific, and Thurston counties. ORCAA is one of seven such regional air pollution control agencies in Washington state.
    • Puget Sound Clean Air Agency – Puget Sound Clean Air Agency provides smog alerts and information on other air quality issues in the Puget Sound region.
    • SWCAA – Southwest Clean Air Agency has been working to keep the air clean for the citizens of Southwest Washington. We monitor air quality and enforce federal, state, and local air pollution laws. We believe everyone plays a part in keeping our air healthy.
    • SRCAA – Spokane Clean Air is your clean air agency and together we can continue to improve air quality throughout Spokane County.

Environmental Education

  • Earth Force – Through Earth Force, youth discover and implement lasting solutions to environmental issues in their community.
  • EE Link – EE Link is a project of the North American Association for Environmental Education and provides EE resource information on the Internet.
  • Environmental Defense – Environmental Defense site answers the question: “How much does your car pollute?”
  • EPA – The EPA examines the pollution caused by driving.


  • Kitsap Telework Toolkit – The toolkit provides information for teleworkers, organizations interetested in developing a telework policy, and managers who have questions about supervising teleworkers.

Transportation Demand Management (TDM) – Policy & Advocacy


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