Travel farther with GoPhillyGo
, Clean Air Council’s free multimodal mapping tool. The site lets people map out routes that combine biking + walking + public transportation all in a single, easy to read trip. Customize your trip the way you want it and learn how to get around without a car!
is Philly’s bike share program. With over 60 stations and 600 bikes, you can get anywhere you want to go in the city. “Get a bike, go for a ride, give it back. It’s easy – just like riding a bike.”
The Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission
has been around for over 50 years and is the official planning organization for the Greater Philadelphia area. DVRPC works with the Council by managing the Mobility Alternatives Program offering education and incentive programs for sustainable transportation.
is the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority, operating trains, trolleys, and buses. Learn about SEPTA’s specific policies for bringing bikes on board found here
The mission of the Sustainable Business Network
is to build a just, green, and thriving economy in the Greater Philadelphia region. SBN accomplishes this by educating and growing a broad base of local, independent businesses and educating policymakers and the public.
is a ride sharing platform that offers you an economical way to work. Vride has been serving commuters for over 30 years saving them thousands of dollars each year.
is a free, computerized service that can match commuters who work in southeastern Pennsylvania with convenient transit services, potential car pool and vanpool groups, even walking and bicycling opportunities. Even employers can get on board by locating matches just for employees at a specific site(s).
Emergency Ride Home
(ERH) service is a “safety net” for commuters working in southeastern Pennsylvania
who share their ride to work (carpool, vanpool, transit) on a regular basis. In the event of an unexpected personal or family emergency or illness, unscheduled overtime, or if the regular ride home is not available for certain reasons, registered commuters are provided with a free ride to home, their car or to the place of the emergency.
RideECO is the commuter benefit program from DVRPC. ECO means Easy Commute Options that can save you time and money. As always, RideECO allows employers and commuters to save by putting pre-tax dollars towards fares on many modes of public transportation.
Clean Air Council is your local partner in the Commute95 project, a joint effort by the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC) and the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT). We are working with DVRPC and PennDOT to educate employers and/or commuters about alternate options to get to work. For more information, resources, tips, and suggestions, please visit www.dvrpc.org/commute95