Rideshare Week is October 2nd-6th! Pledge to carpool, vanpool, bike or walk, or take the bus for your ticket to the Rideshare Era – and lots of cool prizes! Learn more and pledge here.
July 10 – August 31: The Clean Air Champions that prevent the most CO2 will win a choice of a summer excursion! Excursions include gift cards or tickets to:
The Ravine, Hearst Castle, Boomers in Santa Maria, The Lights at Sensorio, Sycamore Mineral Springs Hot Tubs, or The Great American Melodrama
Swing Time (TopTracer Golf) at Dairy Creek (4 people) Each team member will get to choose their own excursion!
Printed bike maps are now available for most of SLO County. To get your new bike maps please contact us at [email protected]!
Do you know someone skilled at working with diverse populations, particularly older adults and people with disabilities? We’re hiring for a Mobility Coordinator! Previous experience working in public transportation or public service is not required, but is desirable. If you know someone who may be interested, please encourage them to apply!
Know Before You Go! SLO 511 has a new tool for traveler information in San Luis Obispo County. The information feed publishes CHP incident reports and Caltrans lane closures to the Rideshare website in real-time. You can filter by incident type, road, city and date/time. Information can also be translated to Spanish using the translate feature from the toolbar. Check it out here!
Other ways to get 511 Travel Info in SLO County include:
New year, new us! If you are a commuter or employer in San Luis Obispo County, you might be familiar with our commuter program. Previously the Back ‘n’ Forth Club, the Commuter Club offers benefits to employers and commuters who want to conquer their transportation challenges. Throughout 2023, we’ll be updating our website and other program materials with the new name and logo. We appreciate your patience as we make these updates and look forward to bringing you new and improved resources in the months ahead!
Rideshare Week is October 3-7 and this year we’re giving away five California State Parks passes as our thanks for pledging to make your commute sustainable. Learn more and pledge here.
$7.5 million dollars was just awarded to SLO County communities for a number of transportation projects that improve safety, mobility, access, and public health! This money was made available through the San Luis Obispo Council of Governments (SLOCOG) new Community Betterments Competitive Grant Program designed to provide the region’s cities and county with competitive funding that supports system mobility by making transportation via bike, foot, bus, and car safer and more convenient.
Reduce your drive alone trips and keep our SLO County air fresh and clean!
This Summer (and all year to be honest!) we encourage you to pick a greener and cleaner way to go. Choose a group of up to 10 friends, coworkers or commute buddies and compete to be the greenest team of all.
The team that reduces the most CO2 between July 1st and August 31st by using alternative modes for your commute, work trips, lunch trips, or personal errands, will win a catered lunch party from a local restaurant.
To join, click the ” Summer Clean Air Challenge” button under My Opportunities on the right side of your iRideshare dashboard. Once you are redirected to the challenge page, you can either create a new team or join an existing team. Lastly, log those trips and cross your fingers that you “outgreen” the rest!
The Youth Ride Free summer transit program is back for 2022! SLO County K-12 students can take the bus for FREE. No pass is required.