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Mayor Encourages Community To Take The Commuter Challenge

May 29, 2014 -

This week Kingstonians are encouraged to participate in the third annual Commuter Challenge from June 1 to 7. This week-long challenge is designed to encourage active transportation across Canada, with local activities organized by KFL&A Public Health and the Kingston Coalition for Active Transportation (KCAT).

The Commuter Challenge encourages individuals and workplaces across the nation to explore alternative and active transportation options, such as; walking, biking, carpooling and public transit. Participants in the challenge register online to track daily commute information and calculate their impact on reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Join Me

Please join me on a bike ride to celebrate Kingston's participation in the Commuter Challenge! On Monday, June 2 at 7:15 a.m. meet me at the Belle Park parking lot for a bike ride to Market Square. Upon our arrival at Market Square participants will enjoy a free Active Transportation breakfast sponsored by KFL&A Public Health and the Kingston Coalition for Active Transportation (KCAT).

Get Involved

For more information on the Commuter Challenge and to register, please visit http://commuterchallenge.ca/  For a complete listing of events, activities, and ways you can get involved in Kingston's Commuter Challenge, please visit www.kcat.ca

To plan your trip on Kingston Transit visit www.cityofkingston.ca/tripplanner

See you Monday morning!

Mark Gerretsen,
Mayor

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For more information contact:
Mayor Mark Gerretsen
613-546-4291 Ext. 1405
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