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Exhausted from a long, stressful, and congested commuter view each weekday? Change  your view. Join the thousands of Massachusetts commuters who are opting to switch from a single occupancy vehicle to a more sustainable mode of transportation on September 22nd as part of the Massachusetts Clean Commute Challenge (MACCC) and World Car-Free Day.

Encourage your company to partner with MassRIDES this September and join partner companies statewide as they compete to claim the highest overall percentage rates of sustainable commuters. By the end of the day, the companies holding the highest concentration rates of green commuters that reported in NuRide will win a free commuter breakfast. If your company wins and you participated, you’ll have a chance to win one of several Amazon gift cards*!

Even if your company chooses not to participate in the Challenge this year, you can still celebrate World Car-Free Day with MassRIDES and the rest of the Commonwealth! Be sure to join a carpool or vanpool, walk, bike, take public transit, or even telecommute on September 22nd and then log your sustainable trip in NuRide to continue collecting points to redeem rewards.

Interested in participating in World Car Free Day but not sure where to start? Visit the MassRIDES website to plan your active trip. Looking to join an existing vanpool or find a carpool, biking, or walking partner? Get matched with the perfect commute partner on NuRide, the ridematching and green trip rewards program of Massachusetts.

Happy commuting!

*Please visit www.commute.com\cleancommute.com for terms and conditions

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