National Walking Day is a great way to promote health and wellness amongst your employees, neighbors, and friends. Organize a walking group with coworkers and friends and stop by any one of our four pit stops to pick up fun swag from us and our local partners mentioned below. Be sure to learn some fun fitness tips from our friends at Virginia Hospital Center and don’t forget to bring your business cards to enter our Fitbit giveaway.
Commuter benefits and programs
Your business or property can benefit through vanpool transportation and other sustainable transportation programs.
The first phase of new construction on I-66 begins in the coming weeks. The lane widening project will add an additional travel lane on the eastbound side of the corridor and will span from the end of eastbound Route 267 (the Dulles Connector Road) to eastbound exit number 71 (Ballston). It will also add direct access to West Falls Church Metro for any multimodal commuters. While the construction will impact your commute with an end goal of increased commute efficiency, the addition of a lane further supports that commuters will need to make the most of the lanes through rideshare (carpool, vanpool) in order to move more people through the corridor.
We dig deep into the numbers to better understand how this project will accommodate more vehicles and reduce congestion.
A short walk a day keeps the doctor at bay. We all know the benefits of walking and often find it challenging to fit a short walk in our busy schedules. Join Arlington Transportation Partners (ATP) on Wednesday, April 4, 2018 for National Walking Day and together let’s make a start to a healthier life.
Love the Bus Week is an opportunity to thank the Arlington Public Schools (APS) transportation department for all their hard work. It is also an opportunity to encourage staff and students alike to ride public buses, including Arlington’s own green Arlington Transit (ART) buses.