Transportation All-Star Program

Get the Recognition Your Organization Deserves

SHOOT FOR THE STARS WITH goDCgo

Get the recognition you deserve and gain award winning status by becoming a goDCgo All-Star! The goDCgo Transportation All-Star program recognizes DC organizations for their commitment to sustainable transportation. Employers, schools, and residential properties that offer robust transportation benefit programs and/or amenities can earn recognition for their efforts. Help your organization stand out in your industry by gaining an All-Star designation.

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ALL-STAR RESIDENTIAL PROPERITES

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ALL-STAR SCHOOLS

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BECOME A TRANSPORTATION ALL-STAR

Find out how to become a goDCgo Transportation All-Star and what perks you can receive at each level. 

ALL-STAR EMPLOYERS

Our All-Star employers, offer a robust sustainable transportation program to their employees. From transportation benefits and amenities to creative incentives and educational opportunities, our All-Star employers help make the District the healthiest, greenest, and most livable city in the United States. 

BRONZE CRITERIA

In order to join the program at the Bronze level, you must implement at least one of the following strategies:

  • Express interest in telework, transit benefits, SmartBenefits, or other  TDM information strategies
  • Conduct a commuter survey and create a TDM Plan
  • Distribute alternative commute info to employees, including during any new hire orientation
  • Post alternative commute information on employee bulletin boards, intranet sites, newsletter or e-mail
  • Install electric car charging station(s) at the worksite
  • Install a permanent display case or brochure holders and stock with alternative commute information

PERKS

  • goDCgo designation acknowledgment
  • Digital badge for online marketing use

SILVER CRITERIA

In order to reach the Silver level, you must meet the requirements of the bronze level, plus offer two or more of the following:

  • Install electronic screens or desktop feed of real-time travel information for transit and/or other alternative mode availability
  • Participate in the Capital Bikeshare Program as a Corporate Partner
  • Install bicycle racks or lockers
  • Install or provide access to shower facilities for bicyclists and walkers
  • Implement flex-time or staggered work schedule
  • Implement compressed workweek for 1-20% of employees
  • Implement telework program with 1-20% of employees participating
  • Provide preferential parking for carpools/vanpools
  • Facilitate car/vanpool formation meetings
  • Become a Commuter Connections member and provide on-site ridematching or co-branding
  • Establish an Employee Transportation Coordinator who regularly provides alternative commute information to employees
  • Supplement Guaranteed Ride Home program with payment for additional trips or own program
  • Host/sponsor alternative commute day or transportation fair (i.e. Car Free Day, Bike to Work Day, Commuter Safety Fair)
  • Hold a Bike Safety class at client site

PERKS

  • goDCgo designation acknowledgment in newsletter
  • Recognition at our annual awards ceremony
  • Featured on goDCgo.com
  • Digital badge for online marketing use
  • Printed designation certificate

GOLD CRITERIA

In order to reach the Gold level, you must meet the requirements of the Silver level and offer one of the following:

  • Telework program with more than 20% participating
  • Compressed workweek with more than 20% of employees participating
  • Implement a transit/vanpool benefit, SmartBenefits, Federal Bicycle Benefit, or parking “cash out” program
  • Implement a carpool/bicycle/walk benefit
  • Charge a fee for parking, but provide free or significantly discounted parking for carpools and vanpools
  • Employee shuttle, car share, or TNC to transit stations
  • Company vanpools for employees’ commutes to work
  • Comprehensive bicycle/walking program with 20% or more employee participation (includes installation of showers, bicycle racks/lockers, and financial incentives for bicycling and/or walking, OR a Capital Bikeshare Station or Capital Bikeshare corporate Membership)
  • Implement parking fee (valid only for organizations that did not previously charge for parking)

PERKS

  • goDCgo designation acknowledgment
  • Recognition at our annual awards ceremony
  • Featured on goDCgo.com
  • Digital badge for online marketing use
  • Printed and framed designation certificate
  • Opportunity to be featured in a success story
  • Opportunity to be featured in our e-newsletter
  • Social media support – including mentions, re-tweets and follows on all platforms

PLATINUM CRITERIA

In order to reach the Platinum level, you must meet the requirements of the Silver and Gold level, and offer one additional Gold level benefit:

  • Telework program with more than 20% participating
  • Compressed workweek with more than 20% of employees participating
  • Implement a transit/vanpool benefit, SmartBenefits, Federal Bicycle Benefit, or parking “cash out” program
  • Implement a carpool/bicycle/walk benefit
  • Charge a fee for parking, but provide free or significantly discounted parking for carpools and vanpools
  • Employee shuttle, car share, or TNC to transit stations
  • Company vanpools for employees’ commutes to work
  • Comprehensive bicycle/walking program with 20% or more employee participation (includes installation of showers, bicycle racks/lockers, and financial incentives for bicycling and/or walking, OR a Capital Bikeshare Station or Capital Bikeshare corporate Membership)
  • Implement parking fee (valid only for organizations that did not previously charge for parking)

PERKS

  • goDCgo designation acknowledgment
  • Recognition at our annual awards ceremony
  • Crystal award for Platinum designation
  • Featured on goDCgo.com
  • Digital badge for online marketing use
  • Opportunity to be featured in a success story
  • Opportunity to be featured in our e-newsletter
  • Social media support – including mentions, retweets and follows on all platforms

ALL-STAR RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES

Our All-Star residential properties, offer robust sustainable transportation amenities and go out of their way to promote sustainable transportation options to their residents. By educating residents about their travel options in and around the District and providing them with amenities that help them to travel sustainably, our All-Star residential properties help make the District the healthiest, greenest, and most livable city in the United States. 

BRONZE CRITERIA

In order to join the program at the Bronze level, you must complete the required strategy, plus implement at least two of the following strategies:

REQUIRED STRATEGY:

  • Meet with a goDCgo Residential Services Representative annually.

OTHER STRATEGIES:

  • Express interest in offering transit subsidies, incentives, or sustainable amenities 
  • Conduct a residential commute survey
  • Provide transportation information to all new residents (i.e. welcome packets)
  • Designate a contact to coordinate transportation for your site  
  • Share goDCgo resources and newsletter with residents
  • Provide complimentary transit brochures and resources 
  • Customize a Get Around Guide to highlight alternative transportation options near the property 

PERKS

  • Letter of Acknowledgement

SILVER CRITERIA

In order to reach the Silver level, you must meet the requirements of the Bronze level. Plus satisfy the required strategy and implement at least two of the following strategies: 

Required Strategy: 

  • Host a goDCgo lobby event with transportation information annually 

Other Strategies:

  • Provide/Install bike maintenance equipment 
  • Host a bicycle safety/information class or bicycle repair event for residents 
  • Offer a walking tour of all the transportation options near the property 
  • Provide a goDCgo transportation training to property staff 
  • List available parking spaces for non-residents vehicles (vanpools, carpools) 
  • Support internal carpool formation 
  • Promote transportation events (i.e. Bike to Work Day, National Walking Day, Car Free Day) 
  • Post commute information on intranet/website, bulletin boards, and other common areas 
  • Maintain a transit brochure display in the lobby or common area 
  • Provide residents with transportation accessories (i.e. bike locks, helmets, etc.) 
  • Provide a designated space for residents to telework 

PERKS

  • Featured on goDCgo.com 
  • Recognition at annual awards ceremony 
  • Silver All-Star window cling 
  • Digital All-Star Badge 
  • Honorable mention in goDCgo newsletter and social media 

GOLD CRITERIA

In order to reach the Gold level, you must meet the requirements of the Bronze and Silver levels. Plus implement at least two of the following strategies:

  • Provide bike storage (racks, rooms, lockers, etc.)
  • Provide a transit benefit or preloaded SmarTrip card to all residents 
  • Provide Capital Bikeshare Annual Memberships to 10% or more residents 
  • Provide onsite carsharing/carsharing memberships for residents and/or property employees 
  • Designate at least 2 parking spaces for carpools/vanpools 
  • Install a real-time transit display in a common area 
  • Install additional bike racks (artistic or traditional) 
  • Provide a shuttle service for residents to transit 
  • Provide electric car charging stations for at least 2 vehicles 
  • Unbundle parking from rent prices 
  • Implement a creative car-free or car-lite lifestyle program  
  • Allow parking access to non-resident vanpool vehicles 
  • Implement a NEW non-mandated parking fee 

 

PERKS

  • Recognition at annual awards ceremony 
  • Transportation brochure rack  
  • Featured on goDCgo.com 
  • Gold all-star window cling 
  • Digital all-star badge for online marketing use 
  • Honorable mention in goDCgo newsletter and social media 

PLATINUM CRITERIA

In order to reach the Platinum level, you must meet the Gold level requirements plus implement two additional strategies from the Silver or Gold level.

 

PERKS

  • Featured on goDCgo.com 
  • Recognition at annual awards ceremony 
  • Platinum all-star window cling 
  • Digital all-star badge for online marketing use 
  • Your transportation program highlighted in goDCgo communications 
  • Social media support – including mentions, re-tweets and follows on all platforms 
  • Ribbon cutting event  
  • A special gift from goDCgo 

ALL-STAR SCHOOLS

Our All-Star schools, offer a robust sustainable transportation program to their employees and students. From transportation benefits and amenities to creative incentives and educational opportunities, our All-Star schools help make the District the healthiest, greenest, and most livable city in the United States. 

BRONZE CRITERIA

Complete at least one strategy for staff or students.

Staff-focused strategies:

  • Conduct baseline commuter survey of school and administrative staff
  • Express interest in offering transit benefits or alternative commuter benefits program
  • Include transportation information (bike, walk, transit, rideshare) on intranet, bulletin boards, school website, etc.
  • Distribute information about available transit benefits to all new hires and employees (e.g. flyer, email, etc.)

Student-focused strategy:

  • Provide information about Kids Ride Free to all students and families

BRONZE PERKS

  • Letter of acknowledgment

SILVER CRITERIA

Complete required strategy plus one additional strategy for staff or students.

Required strategy:

  • Designate a school transportation coordinator and share their contact information with goDCgo

Staff-focused strategies:

  • Provide pre-tax transportation benefits for transit or vanpool use
  • Meet with goDCgo School Services and develop a Sustainable Transportation Plan
  • Set-up a permanent transportation information display and/or transit screens
  • Host a transportation or benefits fair to promote commuter benefits
  • Participate in the Capital Bikeshare Corporate Membership Program
  • Install electric car charging station onsite
  • Facilitate internal carpool or vanpool formation meetings
  • Provide preferential parking for carpools or vanpools
  • Provide bike racks or lockers
  • Promote commuter transportation events like Bike to Work Day, Bus to Work Day, etc.
  • Promote the Guaranteed Ride Home program

Student-focused strategies:

  • Host student and family-focused transportation events like Bike to School Day and Walk to School Day
  • Promote student and family-focused transportation events like Bike to School Day and Walk to School Day

SILVER PERKS

  • Letter of acknowledgment
  • goDCgo designation acknowledgment in newsletter
  • Recognition at our Annual Awards
  • Featured on goDCgo.com
  • Digital badge for online marketing use

GOLD CRITERIA

Complete required Gold Level strategy and one additional Gold Level strategy (for staff or students).

Required strategy:

  • Conduct an annual staff commute survey to track progress of sustainable transportation goals and plan

Staff-focused strategies:

  • Have 20% or more staff participating in pre-tax transportation benefits
  • Implement a parking fee but provide free or significantly discounted parking for carpools/ vanpools OR provide a parking ‘cashout’ option
  • Supplement the Guaranteed Ride Home program with payment for additional trips
  • Provide shuttle service to and from transit stations that staff can use
  • Provide school staff free or discounted courses on how to learn to ride a bike
  • Provide financial incentives for walking, biking, taking transit, or carpooling
  • Provide a comprehensive walk or bike program (includes installing showers, bike racks/lockers, or providing financial incentives for bicycling/walking)

Student-focused strategies:

  • Provide students free or discounted courses on how to learn to ride a bike
  • Facilitate external carpool or ‘walkpool’ formation meetings for students and families
  • Conduct travel surveys of students and families every two years
  • Provide shuttle service to and from transit stations for students

GOLD PERKS

  • Letter of acknowledgment
  • goDCgo designation acknowledgment in newsletter
  • Recognition at our Annual Awards
  • Featured on goDCgo.com
  • Digital badge for online marketing use
  • Opportunity to be featured in a success story
  • Social media support – including mentions, re-tweets and follows on all platforms

PLATINUM CRITERIA

In order to reach the Platinum level, you must meet Gold level and implement one additional strategy from the Silver or Gold level.

PERKS

  • Official Platinum Award at Annual Awards Ceremony
  • Platinum window cling
  • Digital badge for online marketing use
  • Listed on goDCgo’s website
  • Social media support – including mentions, retweets and follows on all platforms

WHY JOIN?

Get Recognition

Get Recognition

Your organization should be recognized in your industry for its commitment to sustainable transportation. With a goDCgo Transportation All-Star designation and the promotion that comes with it, you’ll be able to leverage this recognition to:

  • Increased marketability, desirability, and visibility for your organization.
  • Position your organization as environmental friendly.
  • Position your organization as one that cares about health and wellness.
  • Improve recruitment and retention.
Receive Perks & Benefits

Receive Perks & Benefits

As a goDCgo Transportation All-Star you will receive: 

  • Invitation to and recognition at goDCgo’s Annual All-Star Awards ceremony. Plus the chance to take home an award. 
  • Opportunity to be featured in a goDCgo Success Story. 
  • Opportunity to receive special prizes ranging from brochure holders to industry memberships.
  • Special invite to participate in goDCgo challenges, giveaways, events, and more!
  • Window cling and digital badge to advertise your sustainable designation.
  • Promotion on/in goDCgo’ s social media, newsletters, and website.
Be a Part of the Bigger Picture

Be a Part of the Bigger Picture

Addressing climate change and restoring our natural environment remain top priorities for DC under Mayor Bowser. Be a part of the bigger picture by helping DC achieve it’s sustainability goals through reducing drive alone rates and increasing sustainable forms of commuting. By 2032 DC aims to 10% of commutes be by bike,  15% by walk, and 50% by transit.

A goDCgo Transportation All-Star designation proves you are doing your part to make DC the healthiest, greenest, most livable city for all residents. 

TRANSPORTATION ALL-STARS

EMPLOYERS

AGH Strategies

Ain & Bank

Alaska Wilderness League

Amazon 

American Dental Education Association

ARD German Radio and Television

Armstrong, Fleming & Moore, Inc.

Aspen Institute

Association of International Educators NAESA

Bay Atlantic University

B.F. Saul Property Company

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

CAIR Coalition

Cave Leighton Paisner

CentroNia

Children’s National

Chong + Koster

Columbia Woodworking, Inc.

Community of Hope

Consumer Bankers Association

Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)

Covington & Burling, LLP

DC Department of Small & Local Business Development

DC Improv

Distilled Spirits Council of the United States

Dykema Gossett Law Firm

EagleBank

Econ One

Edison Electric Institute, Incorporated

Embassy Suites: Washington DC Convention Center

Eurovision

Export Import Bank of the United States

Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath

FiscalNote

Founding Church of Scientology

Friends Committee on National Legislation

Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP

 Goethe-Institut

Goodwin Procter LLP

Hanks Oyster Bar

Health Management Inc

Hoffman & Associates

Human Rights Campaign

IdeaCrew

International Republican Institute

International Systems Management Corp 

Jessica Stuart

Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL)

Kit Check

LAYC Career Academy PCS

Lenkin Property Management Linder & Associates, Inc.

MCN Build Inc

Metropolitan Club

Mothership Strategies

National Association of Colleges and Universities

National League of Cities

National Network to End Domestic Violence

Natural Resources Defense Council

Netcentric Campaigns

New Columbia Solar

Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison

Raymond James

R & R Building Services

Sulgrave Club

Taffer’s Tavern

The Association of Psychological Science

The Community Partnership on the Prevention of Homelessness

The Melwood

The Sibley Group

Think Food Group

Venn Strategies

Unidos US

United States Department of Energy

U.S. Green Building Council

World Vision

RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES

7th Flats

Arthur Capper Senior Apartment

Brookland Press

Capitol Park Plaza

Capitol Hill Towers

Cathedral Mansions

Channel Square Apartments

Connecticut Gardens

Fort Dupont/Stoddart Terrace

Harvard Towers

Highland Terrace 

Hubbard Place

Kenilworth Courts

Maplewood Apartments

Monroe Street Market

Potomac Park

Residences at Georgia Avenue

Residences at Hayes

Slowe Apartments

Sulgrave Manor

The Bond

The Residences at Beacon Center

The Residences at Kenilworth Courts

The Savoy

The Vista

The Wanda Alston Foundation

The York

Tilden Hall

Walden Commons

K-12 SCHOOLS  

Alice Deal Middle School

Ballou High School

Bard HS Early College DC (Bard DC)

Barnard Elementary School

Breakthrough Montessori PCS – Takoma

Center City PCS – Brightwood

Center City PCS – Petworth

Cornerstone Schools

DC Prep PCS – Anacostia Elementary

DC Prep PCS – Anacostia Middle

DC Prep PCS – Benning Elementary

DC Prep PCS – Benning Middle

DC Prep PCS – Edgewood Elementary

DC Prep PCS – Edgewood Middle

Eagle Academy PCS

I DREAM PCS

IDEA PCS

Meridian Elementary PCS

Paul PCS – High

Paul PCS – Middle

Rocketship Fort Totten

Rocketship Legacy Prep PCS

Rocketship Rise Academy PCS

Ross Elementary School

SELA PCS

Tyler Elementary School

Washington Latin PCS

 

EMPLOYERS

Adhikari Law PLLC

Afterschool Alliance

Airports Council International-North America

Alliance for Automotive Innovation

American Association for Clinical Chemistry

American Chemistry Council

American Council of Trustees and Alumni

American Council On Education

American Health Insurance Plans

American Society for Microbiology

American Society of Hematology

Architect of the Capitol

Association of American Universities

Bank-Fund Staff Federal Credit Union

Bates White LLC

Brailsford & Dunlavey

BVK Group DC

CallisonRTKL

CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield

Carlyle Group

Carnegie Institution of Science

Catalist, LLC

Civil Rights Corps

Clutch

Cornerstone Research

Cultivating New Frontiers in Agriculture (CNFA)

Curative, Inc.

DC Public Charter School Board (DCPCSB)

Downtown BID

Dumbarton Oaks

Embassy of the United Arab Emirates

Endocrine Society

Equal Justice Works

Greenstein DeLorme & Luchs, P.C.

Hickok Cole

Howard University


Ivins, Phillips & Barker

Kalijarvi, Chuzi, Newman & Fitch, P.C.

Kramer Levin

Krooth & Altman LLP

Leading Age

Lowenstein Sandler LLP

Miller & Chevalier Chartered

Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board 

NAREIT (National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts)

National Association of College and University Business Officers

National Council of Architectural Registration Boards

National Governors Association

National Women’s Law Center

Neighborhood Legal Services Program

OTJ Architects

Population Connection

Powers Pyles Sutter & Verville PC

Securing America’s Future Energy

The SEED Foundation

The Upside Travel Company, LLC

Truth Initiative

RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES

17 Mississippi

77H

100 Capitol Yards

450 K

880 P

1221 Van

1331 Maryland

3801 Connecticut Ave. Apartments

5333 Connecticut

70 Capitol Yards

Ame at Meridian Hill

Arcade Sunshine

Big Sky Flats

Brookland Press

Camden NoMa

Camden NoMa II

Channel Square

Europa

Foundry Lofts (at The Yards)

Hanover 8th Street

Hecht Warehouse

Hodge on 7th

ORE82

Perla Condominiums

South Cathedral Mansions

Takoma Central

The Apartments at City Center

The Apollo

The Batley

The Belgard

The Bridge

The Channel

The Chesapeake Apartments

The Gale Eckington

The K at City Vista Condominium

The Kelvin

The Lexicon

The Modern at Art Place

The Saratoga Apartments

The Shay

The Van Buren

The Wray

Twelve12 (The Yards)

Yale West Apartments

K-12 SCHOOLS  

Bancroft Elementary School

Brent Elementary School

Bridges PCS

Digital Pioneers Academy HS

Duke Ellington School of the Arts

Global Citizens School

H.D. Cooke Elementary School

KIPP DC – All Campuses

Latin American Montessoir Bilingual (LAMB PCS)

Maury Elementary School

Stoddert ES

Thurgood Marshall Academy

Truesdell Elementary School

Van Ness Elementary School

EMPLOYERS

AARP National Office

American Association of Colleges of Nursing

American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO)

American College of Cardiology

American Institutes for Research (AIR)

American Public Transportation Association

American Society of Landscape Architects

American University

American Wind Energy Association

Arabella Advisors

Association of American Medical Colleges

Ballard Spahr LLP

Barnes & Thornburg, LLP

Biotechnology Innovation Organization

Catholic University of America

Center for American Progress

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

DC Department of Energy and Environment

Defenders of Wildlife

District Department of Transportation (DDOT)

Downtown DC BID

Eno Center for Transportation

Fannie Mae

Federal Practice Group

FHI 360

Folger Shakespeare Library

Foursquare ITP

Gallaudet University

George Washington University

Georgetown University

Google DC

Gorove Slade Associates, Inc.

Inter-American Development Bank

International Baccalaureate

International Food Policy Research Institute

International Monetary Fund 

National Geographic Society

National League for Nursing

New Columbia Solar

Smithsonian Institution

So Others Might Eat (SOME) Inc

Special Olympics International

The Peace Corps

The United States Department of Homeland Security

Thornton Tomasetti Inc.

United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)

Virtual Enterprise Architects

Washington Gas

World Bank

World Resources Institute

World Wildlife Fund

RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES

10K Hill South

14 W

3825 Georgia @ Petworth

909 Capitol Yards

Agora

Anthology

Apartments at City Center

Apartments at Westlight

Arris (The Yards)

Avalon Gallery Place

Avec on H Street

Banner Lane

Cantata

Carver Apartments

CityRidge

City Market at O

Coda on H

Dock 79

Elevation at Washington Gateway

F1RST

Frequency

Gables Union Market

Griffin Apartments

Highland Park Apartments

Incanto

Insignia on M

Kiley Apartments

Link Apartments

Maren

Margarite Union Market

Modern on M

MDL Flats

Novel South Capitol

One Hill South

Park Chelsea

Park Kennedy

Peninsula 88

Portner Flats

Residences at Eastern Market

The Banks Apartments

The Burton

The Edison

The Gantry

The Garrett At The Collective

The Lockwood

The Tides

The Vale

THEORY at Union Market

Union Place

Valo Apartments

Vesta Parkside

WestLight WestEnd

K-12 SCHOOLS

Cleveland Elementary School

Georgetown Day School

Jackson-Reed High School

Roosevelt STAY High School

School Within School @ Goding

Waterfront Academy

 

ALL-STAR SUCCESS STORIES

TRANSPORTATION ALL-STAR AWARDS

Each year in spring, goDCgo recognizes All-Star employers, schools, and residential properties for going above and beyond to promote sustainable transportation and implementing robust commuter benefits programs and amenities at goDCgo Transportation All-Star Awards. The exclusive award ceremony in an elite DC location provides attendees with food, networking, keynote speakers, awards, and more! Get your invite by becoming a Transportation All-Star. 

8th Annual Transportation All-Star Awards

The 8th Annual Transportation All-Star Awards was held on Thursday, May 30, 2024 at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library. It was a great evening of networking, speakers, amazing food, and celebrating DC employers, schools, and multi-family residential properties for their exceptional commitment to sustainable transportation. A special thank you to our honored guests and speakers, including the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) Acting Director, Sharon Kershbaum. 

Below you will find our 2024 award winners along with photos from the event. 

2024 Award Winners

  • Employer Emerging Commuter Program

    International Baccalaureate took the initiative and reached out to goDCgo to become compliant with the DC Parking Cashout Law before they even arrived in the District. From there, their relationship with goDCgo blossomed, working with us to offer Capital Bikeshare Corporate memberships, bike racks, and showers. They make efforts to incorporate sustainable transportation into all of their practices, inviting goDCgo to participate in employee events such as wellness fairs. 

  • School Emerging Commuter Program

    Two Rivers PCS – Young Campus has gone above and beyond in the last year to promote sustainable transportation. From creating a Transportation Demand Management (TDM) plan to enrolling in SchoolPool and connecting goDCgo with their PTA, Two Rivers Young continually makes a positive impact on their community and encourages students, families, and staff to commute sustainably. 

  • Employee Transportation Coordinator of the Year

    Kristina Rowley of Dumbarton Oaks makes it a priority to learn about every goDCgo resource and transportation benefit available. She was the first ETC working with goDCgo to take the time to learn about the Lyft Pass program, present the opportunity to her organization, and they ultimately implemented it. While Dumbarton Oaks is in a difficult location for sustainable transportation, Kristina Rowley meets the challenge head-on while working with goDCgo. 

  • School Transportation Coordinator of the Year

    John Fitzmaurice works hard to make Coolidge HS a sustainable place. He has implemented a range of programs to promote sustainable practices, including carpooling and commuter benefits, and works with goDCgo to manage the Capital Bikeshare for HS program at his school. Despite wearing multiple hats, he is always on top of communicating with goDCgo and even bikes himself to and from school, setting a great example for his community. 

  • Residential Transportation Coordinator of the Year

    Kendra Powell of the 800 Southern Avenue Apartments goes above and beyond to make sure residents have the information and resources they need. She invites goDCgo to table several times a year and expresses care for every resident of the building, even coming out of pocket to make sure residents have what they need. 

  • Champion for Commuter Benefits

    The DC Water and Sewer Authority strives to be a sustainable workplace. They enhanced the health, wellness, and productivity of their employees through a series of employee benefit fairs. Additionally, they offer the SmartBenefits program (subsidizing $185 a month) and offer pre-tax salary deductions for additional transportation costs over the $185 limit. Over the past year, they also added Metro parking, making sure that sustainable rail transit is accessible to all who need it. 

  • Capital Bikeshare Champion for Employees

    The International Monetary Fund took the most Capital Bikeshare Trips of all employers in 2023, totaling 20,083 bikeshare trips. On top of that they also signed up 72 new members! 

  • Capital Bikeshare Champion for Schools

    Gonzaga College HS has done an excellent job of encouraging their staff to make use of their membership. With 32 active members, this school took the most Capital Bikeshare trips in 2023!

  • Capital Bikeshare Champion for Residents

    Gables Union market is at the forefront of promoting Capital Bikeshare for residents – they had the most Capital Bikeshare purchases of any District residential property in 2023! 

  • Outstanding Employer Partner

    goDCgo and the Washington Nationals have worked together to promote sustainable travel over the years, making them a staple in our employer programs. Last year, after inviting us to table at one of their games, they graciously sponsored our 2023 Commuter Challenge with two PNC Diamond Club game tickets. Thanks to their support, we had a record breaking year, encouraging 565 Challenge participants to make a sustainable commute! 

  • Outstanding Residential Partner

    The NPF Foundation not only offers affordable residential properties, but also makes sure that on site property teams have the knowledge and training needed to assist their residents on transportation options throughout the District. They originally reached out to goDCgo for TDM zoning assistance, and through their work, connected with us to host lobby events and educate residents on sustainable transportation. 

  • Most Unique and Innovative Employer Transportation Program

    The Pan American Development Foundation was so committed and dedicated to reducing their drive-alone rate they hosted a Commuter Challenge of their own! In 2023 they added Capital Bikeshare to their decent menu of commuter benefits including carpool incentives, electric vehicle charging stations, employer-paid bicycle subsidies, flexible work hours, telework policies, showers and lockers.

  • Most Unique and Innovative School Transportation Program

    Georgetown Day School makes a consistent effort to support staff and student commuters, giving transportation incentives to staff members who commute via bicycle or public transportation and encouraging students to carpool A Platinum Transportation All-Star, Georgetown Day School created a TDM Plan, enrolled in SchoolPool, and even participated in goDCgo’s Commuter challenge! 

  • Most Unique and Innovative Residential Transportation Program

    City Ridge offers four electric rental vehicles onsite, with over 135 residents registered to use them. Their parking garage offers free EV charging stations for residents with preferred parking. They also set an example in supporting cyclists, offering five free rental bikes, bike rooms and lockers, and a bike repair station for residents. City Ridge also sponsored a Capital Bikeshare station!