News and Announcements

First-ever Go-Tober comes to a close

During October, 25 organizations throughout metro Denver competed to get as many employees as possible to try public transit, biking, walking, vanpooling or carpooling. Employees were challenged to log at least four non-SOV (single-occupant vehicle) commute trips on the MyWayToGo.org trip-tracking website. Organizations competed in one of three categories, based on number of employees. The winner in the Going Strong category was Key Equipment Finance, with 77 of its 220 employees logging four or more non-SOV commutes.

Go-Tober Go-Team Challenge Set to Launch with Denver-Area Employers

Twenty-five area companies are ready to take on the first annual Go-Tober Go-Team Challenge! The challenge is dedicated to getting people to try new ways to commute smarter throughout the month of October. Employees are encouraged to track their commutes online, and the Way to Go team will keep track of which companies earn the most points by encouraging their employees to commute smarter – walk, bike, bus, train, carpool, vanpool by walking, biking, taking the bus or train, vanpooling or carpooling at least four  times in October.

Denver Water and Way to Go Team Up to Provide Commuting Solutions

On July 24 the Way to Go team hosted the first ever Punch! (puzzle + lunch) event at Denver Water, and it was a tremendous success. Over 70 employees attended this unique “lunch and learn” designed to make it easy to connect with their Denver Water co-workers with the goal of forming carpools and vanpools for their daily commute. Attendees were divided into teams based on their home addresses and then worked together to assemble puzzles and look for clues for their group’s game cards. Teams with the highest scores had a chance to win prizes. The result?

What's Your Mode to Go? HOV Lanes

Currently, high occupancy means two or more people per vehicle. It’s scheduled to jump to three or more occupants per vehicle at the beginning of 2017. Using the online tools at www.MyWayToGo.org is the easiest, most comprehensive way to find potential commuting partners to form new carpool and vanpool groups. This is a great way to get enough people together to switch your transponder from “Toll” to “HOV” and travel for free in the new Express Lanes, saving you time, money and the headache of a stop-and-go rush hour commute.

What's Your Mode to Go? Bike Lanes

In the midst of the June 24 festivities for Way to Go’s Bike to Work Day, dignitaries from the U.S. 36 Corridor joined CDOT Director Shailen Bhatt in the ribbon cutting ceremony, officially opening the first phase for the new bikeway. Phase 1 runs along U.S. 36 from 80th Avenue in Westminster to Interlocken Boulevard in Broomfield, with the second phase connecting to Table Mesa Drive in Boulder, scheduled to be completed in early 2016.

Bustang Service Begins

On July 13, CDOT launched “Bustang,” a new inter-regional express bus service connecting Denver’s Union Station (DUS) with Ft. Collins (6xday), Colorado Springs (7xday) and Glenwood Springs (1xday). The new service operates Monday thru Friday on luxury coach liners equipped with restrooms, bike racks, free wifi, power outlets and USB ports. The public can purchase tickets, check schedules and view routes online at http://www.ridebustang.com/ or on the mobile app available for free download on either iOS or Android platforms. One-way fares: