Increase the use of public transit to 50%, biking and walking to 25%, and reduce car trips to just 25% of all commuter trips in Washington, DC.
Currently, 4.6% of DC residents commute by bike, 14% commute by foot, 36% take public transit, and 38% drive alone.
Make the choice to walk, bike, or take public transit instead of driving a car. YOU have the power to make a difference!
Celebrate Black History Month
Every year, February is celebrated as Black History Month to recognize both the achievements and central role of African Americans in US history. From our nation’s first African American president, Barack Obama, to one of the greatest leaders of the Civil Rights Movement, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., we thank you and honor you for your contributions. goDCgo has outlined the top 10 sites to see in our nation’s capital in honor of Black History Month and the best ways to get there.
Making the choice to walk, bike, or take public transit even one day a week can help make DC a greener city. Traveling sustainably is key to decreasing traffic congestion, improving air quality, and creating a better quality of life in the District and beyond. Our collective efforts will make a healthier and safer city for all. Let’s share the power to make a difference!