Rideshare Week, October 1-5, 2012, is the perfect chance to leave your car behind in favor of a greener mode of transportation. Pledge today to share the ride one or more times between October 1 and 5, 2012 for a chance to win prizes like an iPad!
It all starts by Pledging to Share!
If gas prices aren’t enough to get you to consider sharing, perhaps some cool prizes will help! Pledge to share online by selecting the big pledge2share button above and we will enter your name to win a new iPad and other cool gift cards.
Some details about Sharing the Ride
There are many options for employers and commuters to make traveling to work stress-free and more economical. When you share the ride you are saving wear and tear on your brain cells as well as your car. Plus you are doing a good thing for the environment.
OCTA’s Share the Ride program can help commuters find a vanpool, plan a trip by bus or Metrolink, and help with carpooling. We even have a calorie calculator to see how well you’ll do if you include walking in your commute!
Give sharing a shot!
Please Pledge2Share today and give your car, and your stress level, a breather. Who knows, you might just like letting somebody else do the driving!
Use these links to download printed materials and logos to help promote Rideshare Week to your employees
The City Selection Committee of the League of California Cities, Orange County Division, elected Mayor Miguel A. Pulido in January 1997 as a city council representative to the OCTA Board of Directors.
As a member of the OCTA Board of Directors, Director Pulido serves on the Transit Committee.
A native of Mexico City, Director Pulido was first elected to public office in 1986 after achieving a personal victory in saving the family business from city redevelopment plans. He has been a leader on the Council for the past 23 years and serves on a variety of national, state and regional boards.
During his extensive career, Director Pulido has taken a leadership role in promoting public safety, advocating arts and culture, and developing economic development opportunities for the city. In 2001 he brought the first Mexico Trade Center in the United States to Santa Ana and continues to assist small businesses. He is also active in clean air initiatives and in promoting alternative energy and serves as the Orange County City’s representative to the AQMD. He also was recently appointed to chair the Energy Committee of the U.S. Conference of Mayors