The newsletter of the Active Transportation Alliance

Volume 2, Issue 6 - July 2009

 

Green is the new gold in the Bike Commuter Challenge

Congratulations and thank you to the 3,240 people who participated in the 2009 Bike Commuter Challenge.

This year, more than 300 companies throughout Chicagoland competed to see who could be the greenest and healthiest during Bike to Work Week.

Check out the winners who pulled to the top.

Category: Public Agency
500+ employees: City of Chicago Department of Transportation
100-499: City of Chicago Department of Environment
25-99: Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning
5 to 24: U.S. Senator Richard J. Durbin

Business
500+: Orbitz Worldwide
100-499: Trader Joe's Lincoln/Grace
25-99: Gabriel Environmental Services Office
5 to 24: Farr Associates
<5: Green Dream Group

Non-profit
500+: The Field Museum
100-499: Chicago Public Radio
25-99: Center for Neighborhood Technology
5 to 24: Oak Park Regional Housing Center
<5: Green Dream Group

K-12 School
25-99: Lindblom Math and Science Academy

College/University
500+: Moody Bible Institute
100-499: Northwestern University Library
25-99: Columbia College Chicago: Science Institute
5 to 24: Northwestern University Physical Therapy and Human Movement Sciences

Bicycle-related Business
25-99: SRAM LLC
5 to 24: Spin Doctor Cycleworks
<5: Bridge the Gap Bicycling

Now onto the next challenge: Make every week Bike to Work Week! You can find out everything you need to know about commuting here!

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