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USA: Challenge designed to promote sustainable transportation begins Jan. 10

Montana State University’s Campus Sustainability Advisory Council, Western Transportation Institute and the City of Bozeman are sponsoring a challenge beginning this month to promote more sustainable transportation choices in the greater Bozeman area.

The Drive Less-Save More Challenge is a friendly competition between businesses, institutions and government agencies that is intended to help reduce times when employees drive alone. The challenge runs from Jan. 10 through Feb. 10.

As part of the initiative, employers in the area are encouraging the use of a new ride-sharing program that is designed to save employees money and promote sustainable transportation. More information is available at

“This challenge is ideal for people who travel long distances to get to work but would like to support clean air, save money and reduce fuel use,” said Rebecca Gleason, a research engineer at Western Transportation Institute who is the statewide administrator. “This is a great way to make a positive impact on both the environment and your pocket book by choosing not to drive alone for some trips.”

There are several incentives for participating. MSU Parking Services will reserve special carpool parking spaces for registered carpoolers in three locations throughout the challenge.


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