Your leading resource for transportation information and options.
WHAT WE DO
goDCgo is an initiative of the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) that encourages the use of sustainable transportation. We provide complimentary transit resources and consulting services to DC organizations and commuters. Our goal serves to decrease traffic congestion, improve air quality and create a better quality of life in the DC area.
EVERY TRIP COUNTS
goDCgo has helped more than 40,360 people choose sustainable transportation options when commuting to work.
39,000 CARS REMOVED
goDCgo helps to remove the equivalent of 44,992 cars off our roads daily by promoting active transportation and public transit to the city’s commuters, residents, and visitors.
If you have questions or comments, or if you are a District employer, residential property or hotel and would like to request information about our programs, please fill out the form and a goDCgo representative will respond as soon as possible.
Katy manages the District Department of Transportation’s TDM program and initiatives. She has a masters degree in Transportation Planning from UNC-Chapel Hill and is dedicated to reaching DDOT’s goal of 75% sustainable commute trips by 2032.
Danelle directs and manages the day-to-day operations of the goDCgo program. She has a master’s degree in Public Administration from San Francisco State University. It is her goal to deliver an effective TDM program that supports the vision of the District and improves the quality of life of commuters and beyond.
Jessica helps manage the Employer Services Program, working with District employers find sustainable transportation to their commuting challenges. She loves the DC area and people, and is passionate about making this region even more sustainable, accessible, and equitable. Contact Jessica regarding any employer commuting questions, comments, or concerns.
Doriann Helps manager the Employers Services Program, working with District employers find sustainable transportation to their commuting challenges. She wants to make DC an event better place to live, work and play by making sustainable transportation easy and accessible. Call Doriann with your commuter benefit questions.
Lessie manages residential and hospitality outreach for goDCgo. She can help your location offer additional amenities through complimentary transportation consulting services tailored to the needs of your property and hotel. It is Lessie's goal to make the transportation experience accessible, sustainable and enjoyable for all.
Priscilla manages the school outreach for goDCgo with a goal of reducing drive-alone trips in the D.C. She holds an M.S. in Sustainability Management from American University and has dedicated her career to promoting sustainable transportation options for school districts. At goDCgo, she collaborates with private, public, and charter schools to develop tailored transportation programs that encourage sustainable commuting. Priscilla is committed to advocating, educating, and empowering DC school district students and staff to make sustainable transportation choices. She strives to provide the necessary resources and guidance to ensure that district schools have a robust and sustainable transportation option. Contact Priscilla with any questions, comments, or concerns related to school commuting.
Necole manages marketing and communications for goDCgo's hospitality & tourism and residential services. With a background in marketing, communications and social media, Necole's goal is to spread awareness about sustainable transportation in D.C. through various marketing platforms and strategies.
goDCgo was honored by the Chesapeake chapter of the Association for Commuter Transportation with two awards, Best Community Event award for our summer bike popups and Best Incentive Program for Behavior Change for our Get Paid to Pedal prorgam.
Washington, DC Wins TDM Excellence Award
The District was recognized by the Association for Commuter Transportation for being a leader in Transportation Demand Management.
Best Regional Transport News Platform
Honored by LUXlife magazine through their Hospitality Awards, goDCgo was recognized as the Best Regional Transport News & Reviews Platform – National Capital Region.
goDCgo Offering $200 Bike Reimbursements
WTOP’s coverage of goDCgo’s $200 Bike Reimbursement for DC Residents and School Staff as part of the annual bike campaign and Get Paid to Pedal program.
Get Paid to Pedal is Back!
Highlight in the Washingtonian covering goDCgo’s Get Paid to Pedal program which reimburses DC Teachers & School Staff up $200 for a bike used for commuting.
goDCgo Awarded 2021 Strategy Pivot Award
The Association for Commuter Transportation honored goDCgo with the Strategy Pivot award. Recognizing goDCgo for it’s strategic quick thinking to address pandemic lockdowns while still promoting biking during it’s Pedal for Wellness campaign.
Pedaling Toward Pandemic Recovery with goDCgo
Interview with DC Fray discussing goDCgo’s 2021 Bike Your Way campaign and bike initiative and how residents can get involved to win FREE prizes.
goDCgo Celebrates 10 Years of Advancing Sustainable Transportation in the District
Through outreach and community engagement, the program has made a substantial impact in changing commuter behaviors.
goDCgo Awarded 2019 Best Online/Social Media Marketing Campaign
goDCgo’s goGREEN saveGREEN campaign awarded by ACT -Chesapeake.
Closing the First Mile/Last Mile Gap
Highlight on goDCgo’s efforts to close the first mile/last mile problem.
Pedal for Wellness
goDCgo’s campaign to promote cycling in the city is back for its second iteration.
The Best Bike Cities in America
From building bike lanes to boosting bike share, see why our nation’s capital is ranked #11 out of 50 cities!
DC Employers Recognized at goDCgo Ambassador Awards
Industry-leading commuter benefits programs are awarded at the inaugural Ambassador Awards ceremony.
Online Help for Getting Around During Metro’s SafeTrack Program
Officials have created a SafeTrack-focused site through goDCgo.
Folks Find Unique Ways to Celebrate Park(ing) Day in the District
goDCgo created a “commuter oasis,” complete with massage chair.
Employer Services Organization Achievement Award
Top benefit programs honored at Employer Recognition Awards.