The Every Trip Counts Program asks participants to reduce two car trips per week from Memorial Day to Labor Day — when ozone pollution is highest.
Not driving your car during the summer ozone months is one of the best ways you can help reduce ozone creating pollutants. How you choose to reduce two car trips is entirely up to you! Everything counts as long as you are not driving your car at least two trips per week. You can bike, walk, take the bus, carpool, vanpool, work from home or just chill out at home.
By joining the Every Trip Counts program you will be able to track your environmental impact and be eligible for prize drawings for things like RTD bus passes and B-Cycle passes.
This program is the result of a terrific partnership which includes:
For additional information or questions, contact Kate Cooke Transportation Program Manager, Regional Air Quality Council