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A special thanks to everyone who helped to make Massachusetts Car-Free Week 2013 a big success!  Throughout the Commonwealth, commuters have reduced 35,197 car trips and saved over $270,000 dollars in one week!  Below is a photo from a MassRIDES worksite partner event. MassRIDES is the statewide sustainable transportation options program and partners with organizations like Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare to provide their employees with program benefits and resources.

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Congratulations to MassDOT on their Car-Free Week success! Together, we have saved 8 tons of emissions from entering our environment; kept $9,877 in our pockets by commuting green; and have reduced 1,156 car trips in one week!

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