Commute Options News

Central Oregon is a Perfect Place to Start Vanpooling

By Katy Bryce for Commute Options Central Oregon is growing and so is our workforce. With big manufacturing and tech facilities coming to our smaller towns like Prineville and Redmond, more workers commute longer distances each day. Even now many employees of the...

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May is Walk and Roll Challenge Month

​Join schools, worksites, and neighborhoods as we walk and roll in the month of May! The Walk and Roll Challenge is a friendly month-long event encouraging more people to walk, bike, and roll throughout the community. New this year is our worksite participation. Get...

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Central Oregon is a Perfect Place to Start Vanpooling

Central Oregon is growing and so is our workforce. With big manufacturing and tech facilities coming to our smaller towns like Prineville and Redmond, more workers commute longer distances each day. Even now many employees of the construction companies building these...

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How Klamath Falls walks, bikes, runs, and gets healthy!

Here is the best kept secret about exercise--We don't care how you do it. As long as your heart rate gets elevated 30 minutes a day, 5 days a week. Read more about Klamath Falls "Bike, Walk, or Run to work" day on Friday, May 17 (click to page 14)  Thanks to Blue...

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Walking School Bus starts rolling to Madras Elementary!

The Walking School Bus is heading to Madras! Program Coordinator, Kersey Marion, along with the support of Mayor Richard Ladeby, met with Principal Chris Wyland of Madras Elementary. We will be working with the school staff to design a walking route and recruit and...

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Commute Options Annual Report 2018

            It is my pleasure to share our 2018 Annual Report with you! Commute Options envisions communities where people make thoughtful transportation choices to reduce the impact of driving alone. These decisions result in healthier...

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Why Walkability Is Great for Business

It’s been said that walking is the superfood of activity – it’s free, you can do it nearly anywhere, and it’s a great way to incorporate physical activity into your day. Health professionals also recognize that creating walkable cities creates healthy people. But can...

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