The Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG) recognized four Way to Go Champions during DRCOG’s annual Metro Vision Awards celebration. Way to Go Champions are individuals or organizations that demonstrate leadership in promoting or advocating commute options other than driving alone.
This year’s champions are:
Allison Crow, Workplace Champion, for introducing and supporting multi-modal commute options to fellow Rocky Mountain Institute employees;
Brenden Paradies, Community Champion, for his work in bringing dockless bike-sharing to Aurora;
Brittney Compton, Commuter of the Year, for sharing her enthusiasm for bike commuting with friends and co-workers; and
Angie Malpiede, Employer Champion, for spearheading Northeast Transportation Connection’s work in being a commute resource in the community
Way to Go is a program of DRCOG that aims to reduce traffic congestion, improve air quality and enhance the health of residents for the Denver region. Way to Go offers resources for individuals and employers to explore commute options, including carpooling, vanpooling, transit, biking and walking.