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NuRIDE
As part of MassDOT's commitment to Healthy Transportation, MassDOT and MassRIDES are partnering with the NuRide program. 

NuRide is the nation’s largest rewards program for individuals who take greener trips — walking, biking, carpooling, vanpooling, public transportation, or even telecommuting. NuRide is a free service and is supported by sponsors who provide special offers to NuRide members for taking greener trips and reducing global warming, traffic congestion and energy consumption.  NuRide members not only receive the benefits of special offers but also save money on transportation costs. 

NuRide is available throughout Massachusetts and it is always free to join and free to use. Enroll today.

Once signed up, members can confirm trips and earn points that can be redeemed for restaurant coupons, retailer discounts, and tickets to shows and attractions.

NuRide supports MassDOT's GreenDOT initiative focusing on environmental responsibility and sustainability.  GreenDOT calls for MassDOT to incorporate sustainability into all of its activities, from strategic planning to project design and construction to system operation.

To learn more and sign up, visit NuRide and MassRIDES on the web. 

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