How to Create a Comfortable Workspace

      July 27, 2020

      Since we're spending so much time working from home, it's important that your workspace is comfortable so that you can feel your best and maintain productivity. The efficiency of your work environment, or ergonomics, plays a major role in how you get work done. In other words, create a workspace that meets your needs....

      More Car Free Lanes are Coming to DC

      July 17, 2020

      As part of the District's response to the public health crisis, the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) will expand its red bus lane pilots with the construction of new dedicated bus lanes in three corridors in Wards 2, 6, and 8 starting late July 2020....

      Phase Two Reopening: DC Travel Status Update

      June 29, 2020

      There's a light at the end of the tunnel -- especially for DC's hospitality and tourism industry! On June 22, 2020, the District of Columbia entered Phase Two of Mayor Muriel Bowser's reopening plan as we continue to take precaution to mitigate the health crisis. As outlined in the plan, large events/gatherings have been expanded from a capacity of 10 to 50 people, and nonessential retail businesses have the option to open their doors. Nonessential non-retail businesses, like many office or corporate employees, will continue to telework for the time being....

      How Do Staff, Students, and Families Get to School?

      June 24, 2020

      In 2019, the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) conducted a district-wide school transportation survey to evaluate the state of school commutes in Washington, DC. In the survey, they found that students and families are more likely to choose sustainable transportation options than teachers and staff. Results show that only 33% of elementary students are driven to school, while another 33% of parents walk their youngest child to school, and 59% of students have used Kids Ride Free cards. On the other hand, 78% of the District's school staff drive to work alone, while only 2.2% ride a bike to school. The survey also revealed that 43% of school staff commute from Maryland and Virginia....

      Get a FREE Transit Screen Feed

      June 24, 2020

      Get a transit display at your school! Transit displays are a great way to show off all mobility options near your school, at a glance, and in real-time. These options include the bus, Capital Bikeshare, carshare, and the Metrorail. By providing a digital display with real-time transportation arrival data in lobbies, main offices, and teacher break rooms, your students and staff can plan their sustainable commutes back home more easily and efficiently. Many schools are hesitant to use their limited budgets on transit display software, but thanks to the District Department of Transportation (DDOT), schools can install a live transportation feed for at no cost to you! All you have to do is provide the television screen or monitor and use Ride DC's portal to set-up a live feed. School administrators will have the ability to create a custom dashboard specific to their school's location....

      Late-Night Commuting Solutions for Essential Workers

      June 23, 2020

      If you work nontraditional or late-night hours, you may find that you are left with fewer commute options to get to and from work. Since the public health crisis, public transit and other commonly used travel options have become even more limited in order to encourage people to stay home, practice social distancing, and ultimately protect the safety and well-being of essential workers....

      A Bike-Friendly Washington, DC

      June 15, 2020

      As the saying goes, "You never forget how to ride a bike," so it's a skill that you carry for a lifetime. Put those skills to good use by exploring the 150 miles of bike lanes and trails that Washington, DC has to offer! goDCgo encourages you to join the rising number of residents who already commute by bike, making DC a healthier, greener, and more sustainable city. Our prospering bike community continues to grow year over year, with an emphasis on the District's commitment to improving bike safety, infrastructure, and accessibility. In fact, we're nationally recognized as one of the top cycling cities by popular advocacy groups like People for Bikes and the League of American Bicyclists!...

      Adapting Apartment Amenities for the "New Normal"

      June 10, 2020

      Now that Washington, DC has entered a phased reopening, it's important that you consider how to accommodate your residents by adapting your amenities to support those who will work remotely more frequently. While more people retreat to work from home, we expect a rise in demand for onsite building amenities, like a gym, pool, or telework space, as a reprieve from the confines of the apartment and daily routine. Residents may also place a higher value in amenities like strong shared WiFi connections, complimentary printing and video conferencing capabilities, as well as information on sustainable transportation options near the property that allow safe social distancing....

      Recap: 2020 Residential Ambassador Awards

      June 04, 2020

      On Thursday, May 28, goDCgo held its third annual Residential Ambassador Awards ceremony -- virtually! Despite not being able to hold an in-person event this year, we were still able to put on a show and were happy to honor our newly recognized 2020 Residential Ambassadors (listed below). Our attendees were able to learn more about goDCgo and engage in an open forum to discuss current trends and forward-thinking initiatives that can help enhance residential transportation programs and sustainable amenities. We also hosted a couple fun trivia questions for the chance to win a gift card to Surfside in support of local DC businesses during this sensitive time. And for the first time, goDCgo premiered our first-ever residential success story video that you can watch here!...

      Find the Bike Route for You!

      June 01, 2020

      Ready to get your roll on this summer?! Washington, DC has 150 miles of bike lanes and trails for you to discover. goDCgo teamed up with the Washington Area Bicyclist Association (WABA) to customize different bike routes throughout the District that cater to your bike skill level. Whether you're a beginner biker, avid cyclist, or anywhere in between, you're sure to find the best bike route for you. For your convenience, each bike route features Ride with GPS turn-by-turn directions so you can navigate each trail with ease. Keep in mind that you should still practice proper biking etiquette and safe social distancing when sharing the trails. Check out the custom bike route options below....

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