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Georgia Commute Options is a program created through a joint effort between the Georgia Department of Transportation, The Clean Air Campaign and the region's transportation management associations that helps commuters, employers and property managers take advantage of commute alternatives.
Experts from The Clean Air Campaign serve as the statewide spokespersons for Georgia Commute Options.
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GAB: Local employers make clean air list
03.05.13 – Eleven Gwinnett employers are excited to begin offering commute options to their employees as they partner with The Clean Air Campaign and Georgia Commute Options.
Air Quality Awareness Week Is Underway — Is Carpooling an Option for You?
04.30.13 – Programs offered through Georgia Commute Options have collectively eliminated 1.1 million vehicle miles of travel, saving a combined $500,000 on commute costs. Learn how you can being carpooling to work through Georgia Commute Options.
Commuter reaches 25,000-mile milestone
04.10.13 - Karen Ferris, security assistant with the Security Division in Fort Benning reached the 25,000-mile milestone for car and vanpooling to become a Clean Air Champion.
Walton County Board of Education joins Clean Air Campaign
03.03.13 – The Walton County Board of Education is pleased to announce their partnership with The Clean Air Campaign and Georgia Commute Options.
Lanier Tech, Sapa Extruder cited for commuter options
03.03.13 – Two Hall County employers announce their excitement in becoming Georgia Commute Options partners.
Telecommuter Finds A Better Life
03.01.13 – Tamica Wilder is now able to work a full time job, take her kids to soccer practice, be home for dinner AND save money all thanks to teleworking.
“Turn Drive Time to Me Time!” Facebook Contest to Celebrate Grand Prize Winner on Local Billboards
03.01.13 – The Georgia Commute Options “Turn Drive Time To Me Time” Facebook contest allowed contestants share what they do (or would do) with free time gained by using a commute alternative.
The Clean Air Campaign Director of Employer Services discusses benefits of telework in wake of Yahoo CEO decision
02.27.13 – The Clean Air Campaign Director of Employer Services, Mike Williams, weighs in on the telework debate sparked by Yahoo plugging the plug on their telework option.
The Clean Air Campaign® and Local Partners Welcome 91 New Workplaces to Georgia Commute Options
02.22.13 - With 91 new partners gained since last July, Georgia Commute Options and The Clean Air Campaign are ever-growing!
Clean Air Campaign director touts commute options
02.21.13 – The Clean Air Campaign Executive Director, Tedra Cheatham, expresses the multiple benefits of teleworking to the Henry County Chamber of Commerce.
Traffic Congestion – It’s bad, but perhaps not that bad?
02.14.13 – Learn what Cobb County does to keep its traffic congestion from getting THAT bad.
Cobb commutes are better than the average in Atlanta
02.13.13 – One average, Cobb commuters spend only 30 minutes each way, slicing the metro area’s overall 50-minute trip time by 40 percent.