Commuter Challenge is a national event that runs during Environment Week in early June. The event is a friendly challenge between Canadian municipalities and local workplaces to encourage walking, cycling, taking the bus...anything that will reduce single-occupant vehicle travel that week.
Register yourself at www.commuterchallenge.ca, or take a step further and become a Workplace Coordinator. There are many resources available to help you promote Commuter Challenge in your office, place of business, or your classroom.
2016 Commuter Challenge Results
The results are in….Regina takes third place!
From June 5-11, residents walked, biked, took public transit and carpooled to work bringing Regina to a third place finish among communities with a population between 100,000 and 250,000. Regina commuters logged a total of 26,731 km which helped avoid 4,150 kg of CO2 emissions.
Congratulations to everyone who participated in the Commuter Challenge! We encourage you to continue to make healthy and sustainable commuting options.
Grand Prize Winner: Kellie Labadie
Daily Prize Winners: Paul Cutting, Carrie Amon, Lori Kidd, Allan Pulga, Robin Canham