Heard about his today, Go Green campaign kicks off at CU's football game but what it really means is grey. Nothing new is happening except they are now putting a name and marketing campaign to the status quo. Someone please prove me wrong.
GO Boulder/city of Boulder is officially kicking-off a campaign to keep Boulder moving to a sustainable future by asking Boulder residents, employees, students and visitors to "GO Green" on specific, predetermined high-traffic days in and around the city of Boulder.
The goal of "GO Green" is to alleviate traffic and congestion, reduce the community's carbon footprint, and highlight how convenient it is to bike, walk, ride the bus, car and vanpool or even work from home. The city will ask people to "GO Green" and use the various transportation options available to them. The end result - less traffic headaches, cleaner air and saving cash by not driving. Here are a few tips on how to "GO Green":
Bus, Bike, Walk: It's the Boulder Way to GO!
Map your transit route at www.google.com/transit.
Map your bike route at www.gobikeboulder.net.
If you have to drive:
Plan ahead and combine trips.
Don't go it alone. Visit www.ridearrangers.com to find out how to form a carpool or vanpool.
If appropriate, work from home.