Transportation amenities that will put your building on the map!
WHO WE ARE
Our Residential Services team provides resources and consulting services to multi-family property managers and developers about sustainable transportation.
WHAT WE DO
We make it easier for your residents to choose sustainable, affordable, and healthy ways to get around the District.
As a complimentary service, we work with your property to customize, create, and easily manage your transportation amenities and TDM plan. Gain a competitive edge in the marketplace, achieve your sustainability goals, and discover environmental benefits with goDCgo support.
RESIDENTS IN DC
NEW UNITS BY 2021
NEW HOMES SOUGHT
Unique commuter surveys polling your residents’ travel patterns to uncover results and identify program recommendations, available upon request.
Commuter socials, how-to workshops and cycling classes, tailored to your residents’ unique transportation needs, available upon request. *All events will be virtual for the time being.
Assistance procuring Capital Bikeshare 30-Day and Annual Memberships. We even created an introduction toolkit and we offer customizable flyers for you to share with residents!
Zoning Order Assistance
Download the toolkit for help navigating the specifics of your building’s zoning requirement and implementing the plan.
If your property has unused parking spaces, we can help connect you with vanpool/carpool drivers who may interested in leasing space. Complete the request form.
BECOME AN AMBASSADOR
Residential Ambassadors Program
The Residential Ambassadors Program recognizes residential complexes in the District for their efforts as transportation leaders. The program is designed to grow and showcase the positive impact your community has had on DC residents. Join today!
Before you begin making decisions on what transportation amenities to provide, determine the overall transportation needs of your residents.
goDCgo creates customized surveys to learn about your residents’ commuting habits and their desired transportation options. Based on the survey results, you will be able to create, expand or improve transportation services offered in your building.
Read about how properties across DC are using transportation amenities
We are committed to providing an exceptional living experience at Modern on M. That means providing amenities and conveniences for our residents that make their lives easier. Our partnership with goDCgo provides sustainable transportation options for our residents to make their commute even easier. We are thrilled to be able to provide these options to all in the Modern on M neighborhood.
Jennifer Kosiak, Area Vice President – Property Management at Modern on M Residential
“Having relevant, real-time information near the front door helps people move quickly and know bus and train arrival times without having to fumble between apps or waiting for websites to load on smartphones.”
Casey is the Client Services Manager for the Residential Program at goDCgo. She can help your residential complex offer more amenities through complementary services such as Get Around Guides, Capital Bikeshare memberships, information guides, and customized surveys.
Want to know the latest transportation trends for multi-family properties? Receive front-line resources by subscribing to our Residential Services newsletter!
GUARANTEED RIDE HOME
Peace of Mind
Knowing there’s always a ride home in case of an emergency or unscheduled overtime can bring peace of mind to your residents.
Guaranteed Ride Home (otherwise known as GRH) provides commuters who regularly (twice a week) carpool, vanpool, bike, walk, or take transit to work with a FREE and reliable ride home when one of life’s unexpected emergencies arise. goDCgo will work with you one-on-one to provide information, sign-up forms, and general assistance on all promotions and marketing of the Guaranteed Ride Home program to your residents.
Navigating to Black-Owned Businesses in the District
Black History Month is nationally observed every February to recognize the great contributions of African Americans in US history -- past, present, and future. This year, goDCgo is celebrating Black History Month in a new way by highlighting some of the black-owned businesses in the District and how to get to their storefront locations using sustainable transportation.
Riding Safe with DC Circulator
The DC Circulator provides public transportation to the District’s main attractions and most lively neighborhoods at a cost of only $1.* The system consists of 6 distinct routes across Washington, DC, crossing over into Rosslyn, VA, and provides close to five million trips a year. The Circulator services each stop every 10 minutes, providing simple, fast, and affordable transit to residents, commuters, and visitors around the nation’s capital.**
It’s a New Year! Consider New Commute Possibilities
This new year brings a welcomed spirit of new beginnings and the perfect opportunity to rethink your commute. Will you be returning to the office full-time or a few days a week? Have you considered resuming your pre-pandemic commute? Are you exploring other travel options for getting to work? You should ask yourself these questions, among others, when considering the commute that best meets your needs.
As an initiative of the District Department of Transportation, goDCgo plays an integral part in serving the needs of clients, commuters, and residents in our nation’s capital. For more than 10 years, we’ve been the leading resource for transportation information in Washington, DC, and are always here to support all your commuting needs. During these unprecedented times, there is nothing we care about more than the health and safety of our community. Each day, we’ve been learning more information around the coronavirus (COVID-19), and we want to continue ensuring you that we are taking the necessary actions to protect the health and safety of the audiences we serve.
Top 10 Sites to See for 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. Initially coined "Negro History Week" in 1926 by the notable black historian Carter G. Woodson, the week was founded to raise awareness about African Americans' contributions to civilization. Decades later, Woodson's legacy remains stronger than ever. In fact, the celebration expanded to a month during its 50th anniversary in 1976 to become the first-ever African American History Month. Since then, each US president has designated February as Black History Month and endorsed a specific theme. 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.
Your telework insights, our telework tips
As the District reopens, many businesses are developing plans to prepare for employees to return to the office. To help us better understand employer needs we conducted a telework survey in the fall of 2020 to enable us to support organizations with solutions and recommendations to effectively makethis transition.
5 Tactics to increase participation in your telework program
A common trend we hear from DC organizations with telework programs is a lack of participation, having less than 20% of employees working remotely. To help DC employers increase participation in their telework program, we’ve compiled a few tips below.
goDCgo’s Top Telework Tools
Since the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, telework has become a popular solution that allows employees to stay safe at home while maintaining business productivity and operations. This type of arrangement allows you to skip the commute to work entirely from home or another alternative worksite. To create an environment that is conducive to productive work, you'll need more than a desktop computer or laptop in order to perform your duties comfortably and efficiently. For the ultimate, ergonomically-friendly space, check out the goDCgo team's favorite telework tools below.
Steps Toward Sustainability: Earn LEED Points with goDCgo
Did you know prioritizing sustainable transportation at your new development can put you on the path to LEED certification? goDCgo gathered information about the transportation-related LEED points and discovered the many ways you can earn points to become LEED Certified™ and rise the ranks as a goDCgo Transportation Ambassador.
No Blue Line Metro Service: Know Your Travel Alternatives
As of December 2020, WMATA's multi-year Platform Improvement Project (PIP) hit a milestone by passing the 50% completion mark, with 11 of 20 total stations now completed -- and the project continues to push forward. Beginning Saturday, February 13 to Sunday, May 23, WMATA will perform the next phase of its PIP to repair and reconstruct platforms at two stations on the Blue Line: Addison Road and Arlington Cemetery. As a result, there will be NO Blue Line service. To help you plan accordingly, goDCgo has outlined some of your travel alternatives below.
During this time, FREE shuttle bus service will be available. Additional Yellow Line trains will replace Blue Line trains between Franconia-Springfield and Mt Vernon Square. Silver Line trains will continue to pass through but not serve Addison Road while the station is closed to minimize service impacts outside the construction area.