Way to Go is a free solution to the Denver region's commuting challenges.

We work closely with employers to develop customized plans unique for their businesses and their employees' commute needs. Backed by the Denver Regional Council of Governments, Way to Go empowers the region to help reduce traffic congestion and improve air quality, all while creating a healthy and happy place to live.
Why choose a smart commute in Denver? From lowering stress levels to improving our traffic congestion, see the benefits you could reap with smart commuting.

Join the January Monthly Challenge!

Winter Bike to Work Day is just a few weeks away, so why not get a head start on your eco-friendly commute plan by participating in Way to Go’s January Monthly Challenge! During January, telework or commute by transit, carpool, foot or bike. By skipping a solo car trip during your morning commute, you're doing a favor for the environment and improving your health. This month, commuters who track at least eight eco-friendly trips by modes like foot, bike, transit or carpool (anything but driving alone) will be automatically entered by Way to Go into a drawing for prizes! At the end of January, 5 clean commuting champions will win front and rear bike lights front and rear bike lights to help them navigate their early morning or late evening commutes. Joining the January Challenge is simple:
  1. Log in to My Way to Go .
  2. Track your eco-friendly commutes throughout the month — whether you're teleworking or traveling by bike, bus, train, foot, scooter, carpool or vanpool.
  3. That's it, you’re automatically entered to win.

More than 60 businesses in the Denver region participated in the Go-Tober challenge

Sixty-four companies participated in the Go-Tober Company Challenge by encouraging their employees to telework, or commute by bike, foot, transit or carpool. Their commitment to improving air quality in the Denver region resulted in 27,000 miles biked and walked in October. The collective miles tracked is enough to make 45 trips on the Colorado Trail from Denver to Durango! The Go-Tober challenge prevented 98,317 pounds of carbon dioxide emissions from getting in the air. Check out the company winners and more stats on the Go-Tober page.