Join the Commute Challenge at City and County of Denver
July 5th - July 29th
Earn up to $130 in rewards for your commutes!
How it works
Report your commute needs and preferences
Receive recommended commute plans each week, including possible carpool matches
Record and measure your commute impacts
Receive incentives based on your commute
Measure your commute footprint: emissions, cost, time and calories
Discover personalized carpooling and other commuting suggestions
Earn up to $150 in prizes for participation and for sustainable commutes
Help the City of Denver meet its sustainability goals
$5 for signing up
$5 for recording all your commutes for four weeks
Weekly $50 drawing
One entry per walk, bike, carpool, or transit trip
Win points for each workday you report:
100 points = $1 for first 1,000 points
200 points = $1 over 1,000 points
Max $50 earnings per person
- Prizes have monetary value and should be reported as income.
- Earning prizes is optional and you can opt out of any prize.
Recognition Awards at End of Challenge
Questions or Concerns?
Associate City Planner
Project Manager @ BCOS
Engineering & Development @ BCOS
The City of Denver is working with Business Commute Optimization Service (BCOS) to pilot their new platform, developed by CU Denver professors, to generate personalized carpooling suggestions and other green commute recommendations for city employees. You can help the city meet its climate goals and save on your transportation costs at the same time.
Note: data collected in the BCOS pilot will be private, and only anonymized (no personal identifier) data will be used in generating emission reports to the city.