Victory! The Commuter Choice Challenge ended yesterday and, for the fifth consecutive year, Teton Science Schools had the highest number of logged ‘Active Transportation’ miles. Over the course of the summer, TSS staff logged 9,078 miles of biking, walking, skating, and running to work, diverting 10,385 pounds of CO2 and saving 461 gallons of gasoline.
Some congratulations are in order: -to Joe Petrick and Dylan Klinsteker, for each logging more that 1,000 miles of bike commuting this summer. Nice! -to Teton County staff for handily winning the overall competition (which also included carpool, bus, and rideshare miles) -to @stiomountain
for making the best video celebrating active transportation. The link is in our profile, be sure to check it out!
Thanks to @friendsofpathways
for organizing the competition and continuing to promote alternative transportation in Jackson Hole.
PC: Reid Bauer
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