goDCgo is an initiative of the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) that encourages the use of sustainable transportation. We provide complimentary transit resources and consulting services to DC organizations and commuters. Our goal serves to decrease traffic congestion, improve air quality and create a better quality of life in the DC area.
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      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....

      Commuter Solutions for Your Return to Work Plan

      May 21, 2020

      With certain states and municipalities beginning to lift stay-at-home orders, it’s important to create a Return to Work Plan to ensure you have commuter programs and policies in place that accommodate the interest of your organization and its employees. As we continue to adapt to the “new normal,” goDCgo employer services recommends putting in place a variety of commuter benefit options that help your employees feel safe and confident as they commute to and from the office, or when working remotely....

      May is Bike Month: Pledge to Pedal for Wellness

      May 14, 2020

      May is National Bike Month so let's celebrate the many benefits of bicycling! Even though we're staying home, it's essential that we still engage in physical activity and biking is a great way to exercise and get some fresh air while practicing safe social distancing.* Physical benefits of cycling include weight loss, better lung health, improved balance, posture, and coordination, among many other pluses. Cycling can also improve your mental wellness. Being that May is also Mental Health Awareness Month, you should know that biking can boost your brain power, your self-esteem, and your mood, among much more....

      Do I Need to Comply with the DC Commuter Benefits Law During the Health Crisis?

      April 22, 2020

      In response to the public health crisis, many organizations are questioning if they are still required to comply with the DC Commuter Benefits Law during the health crisis. The answer is YES, compliance is still required despite the circumstances. The DC Commuter Benefits Law requires businesses (including non-profits) with 20 or more employees (full-time or part-time) in the District to offer commuter benefits. ...

      Metro Summer Shutdown: Orange/Silver Line Travel Alternatives

      April 16, 2020

      Prepare yourselves! This summer, WMATA will initiate phase two of its Platform Improvement Project by reconstructing platforms at four Orange Line stations and connecting the Silver Line to new stations in Metro's network. To finish the project on time, all stations west of Ballston will be closed starting Saturday, May 23, 2020: Vienna, Dunn Loring, West Falls Church, East Falls Church, Wiehle-Reston East, Spring Hill, Greensboro, Tysons Corner, and McLean. Ballston-MU station will remain open and serve as the western destination on the Orange Line. Silver Line service will be temporarily suspended. You should allow extra travel time and start planning alternatives if your commute will be affected.* *Please be sure to check the transit providers' websites for any updates or changes to schedules given the public health crisis....

      Safety First: Social Distancing on DC Trails

      April 13, 2020

      Per Mayor Bowser's Stay-At-Home Order, residents are still permitted to engage in allowable recreational activities like walking and biking -- two excellent forms of exercise that allow you to practice safe social distancing in the District. ...

      Transportation Updates for Essential Travel Only

      April 07, 2020

      In the best interest of public safety during the health crisis, transportation providers nationwide have taken effective, protective measures to support the "stay home" advisory and to encourage safe social distancing. This includes aggressive cleaning and disinfecting protocols, temporarily pausing or reducing services, closing stations, and more. Please be advised that you should be traveling for ESSENTIAL TRIPS ONLY in Washington, DC which includes obtaining medical care that cannot be provided virtually; purchasing food and/or household goods; performing or accessing essential government functions; working at essential businesses; engaging in essential travel; or engaging in recreational activities, as defined by Mayor Muriel Bowser's Stay-At-Home Order. Below is a breakdown of limited transportation services in the District of Columbia:...

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