Way to Go provides reliable, easy, environmentally-friendly, no-nonsense commuting options to Denver area commuters.

We offer real-life solutions helping commuters save money, experience less stress, and save time, so they can focus more on the things they enjoy. Our services are a catalyst for change, encouraging people to move out of their comfort zone and try a new approach to commuting. We create reliable, flexible, win/win solutions. Check out our popular annual programs, Bike to Work Day and Go-Tober!

Champion nominations open!

It's time to get nominations ready for our Way to Go Champion awards, 2019 edition! If you know someone who inspires others to try other ways of getting around besides driving alone, or if you work for a company that motives and rewards employees who take non-traditional commutes, please consider telling us about it. We love to recognize the outstanding work of people and organizations who want to make the region a better place. See what we're looking for here.

2018 Go-Tober Challenge concludes

Congratulations to all the companies who participated in the 2018 Go-Tober challenge! Fifty-eight companies throughout the metro area participated in our annual friendly competition to see which could get their employees to log the most commutes by transit, carpool, on their bikes or their feet. Of those, more than 2,000 took at least one trip during the month of October using a method other than driving alone, and 1,899 made the goal of at least one day per week.

Winter is coming

What better time to consider your commute options than when the days get colder and hours of sunlight grow shorter? When the day is icy, a bus or train is already preheated for your comfort! When it's dark outside when you leave the office, a carpool buddy makes the trip home a little brighter. Even better, a van full of friends to help you shake off the day and arrive at home feeling more cheerful. Let help us you find friends to ride with and transit trips at mywaytogo.org.

Go-Tober Challenge 2018

Fall in Denver means it's time for the 2018 Go-Tober Challenge! The challenge involves getting businesses across the metro area to encourage their employees to try a different way of getting to work at least once a week during the month of October. Take a carpool, start a vanpool, bus, bike...we've even seen people who rode their horse to work during Go-Tober! It's fun and friendly, and a great way to look a different way of commuting.