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September 19, 2019

The Amazing Commute Race: Five Years Strong

The day we hold the Amazing Commute Race has luckily been bright and beautiful for five years running. Every year, our team meets up in one central location and takes off on different modes to see who can arrive at our office in Rosslyn the quickest. We’ve previously tried different ridehailing services vs public transit, a variety of active modes, and unique commutes like slugging.

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September 16, 2019

How Joe Saved Money by Switching to Vanpool

While carpooling is an efficient way to lower the cost of your commute, vanpooling can help you save even more money, reduce your driving time, and eliminate stress from your commute. Coupled with saving costs on his own car, Joe decided to switch his commute and vanpool to work, in order to take advantage of all the benefits.

As part of our Vanpool Connect program, Arlington Transportation Partners (ATP) selects a single rider participating in the program to receive a giveaway item to enhance their vanpool ride each month. In addition to the Vanpool Connect giveaway, ATP offers all new vanpool riders—residing or working in Arlington—a $50/month subsidy for their first six months of vanpooling.

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September 10, 2019

Pledge Your Mode for Car Free Day

Cities around the world began hosting informal Car Free Days during the 1970s oil embargo, in response to rising oil prices. The movement picked up steam in the early 2000s, with global advocates encouraging people to try sustainable and active transportation options that reduce reliance and costs associated with driving cars.

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September 9, 2019

Understanding Arlington County’s Vision Zero Pledge

Arlington County signed a Vision Zero pledge, promising to create a strategy to prevent road fatalities for people traveling by bike, on foot, or any other mode of transportation. The County is one of the latest cities to join the Vision Zero Network along with others like New York City, Denver, and Seattle, as well as our neighbors Washington, DC and the City of Alexandria.

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September 6, 2019

The Case for Families in Multi-Family

For a long time, the housing trend in Arlington County has been that households with children live in single-family homes, while those in apartments in urban core neighborhoods are usually only adults and pets.

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