Did you know?

America’s cars and trucks emit more CO2 than all of the cars in Europe, Japan, China, and India combined.



We hate to admit it, but sometimes even we – diehard believers in all things non-single occupancy vehicle – have to drive downtown, too. We do it begrudgingly; nevertheless, we do it.

So, we figured it would be good to give some information on driving for those that can only use other far more fantastic commute options a few days of the week:

And of course, we must first say – for the sake of our conscience – that driving alone costs a lot, pollutes our air and water, and wastes limited resources. There, we said it. Now, read on to find out how to make it a little easier.

  • Want to hear from other downtown commuters? Click here to read case studies from everyday commuters like you.
  • Interested in having Downtown On the Go and Pierce Transit talk with your employer about possibilities for employer provided transportation benefits? Put in a good word by passing along our web address, or contact us at dotg@tacomachamber.org and we’ll do the convincing for you.
  • Still got questions? We’ve got answers. Check out our FAQ’s page where we give the lowdown on questions real commuters ask.

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