The MACC Area has hundreds of miles of non-motorized facilities. In October 2014 the MACC approved a Non-Motorized Plan which identifies existing sidewalks, shared use paths, and paved shoulders/bike lanes. Future routes have been identified to provide needed regional connections and improve safety for residents, employees, and visitors who walk and bike. If you would like to serve on a Non-Motorized Working Group or if you are interested in learning about the planning process, please contact Elisa Hoekwater, email@example.com .
To find out about upcoming Green Commute Week events, a poster is available for download from the Green Commute page. Interested in participating in 2017? We are planning a commute challenge among local businesses, prizes and discounts for those who ride a bike, take the MAX bus, or rideshare during the week. Please check the website for more information.
We also have created a Facebook page to give you access to the latest updates regarding Recharging Stations and other benefits available to anyone interested in participating in the program.
Additional details about Green Commute Week events, are located on the Green Commute page.