Week 11: Transportation to the office.

In week 11 of the 52 Weeks of Good campaign we will look at how an office can create change and make a difference by encouraging different transportation options. Take a look at this picture and see just the space impact different modes of transportation have on our surroundings.

Picture via Earthian

The environmental impact aside, it is pretty unbelievable how much room all 60 cars take up. Try offering staff different modes of transportation. At Brown Paper Tickets every employee is given the option of receiving a monthly bus pass. Not only does that help employees get to work everyday, but as a company, they are cutting down on their carbon footprint. Another idea is to encourage your employees to walk or bike to work once a week. The convenience of a car is pretty hard to beat, but I bet you can get a few people to change their mode of transportation at least once a week and what a difference you will be making!


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About Kelly

Working at changing the world, with the little things we do, every day. I am the Doer Team Manager and the Do Good Doer at Brown Paper Tickets. My hope with this blog is to help spark a change. To look at the little things we do everyday and see how we can be a positive impact on everyone around us. The more each of us do, however small it may seem, the better world we will all have.

2 responses to “Week 11: Transportation to the office.”

  1. Nicole Meek says :

    Saw this picture yesterday and it inspired me to ride my bike to work today! Had a great ride in and looking forward to the ride home. The only problem with riding in to work, is that feeling of wanting to ride right on by and keep going! Not because I don’t want to work (I love my job!) just cause the feeling of being on my bike is awesome : )

    Nicole Meek, Halton Region, Waste Management Program Coordinator, blog: http://www.haltonrecycles.com, twitter: @haltonrecycles

    • Kelly Allen says :

      Yes, I felt like that image was pretty powerful, too! So glad to hear that you rode your bike into work today! Great job! Hope you have a happy ride home this evening.

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