Each year, the Dibs crew takes a look back at where we’ve sailed and the journeys we’ve taken. That being said… Can you guess the theme of our Community Report for last year?
Explore our 2016-2017 Community Report and let us know what you treasures you find! Continue reading “Finding our Smart Travel Treasure”
Wondering how to motivate your employees to get to work? Want to green up your company’s footprint? Running low on parking? We can help!
Join the Dibs crew for an online coffee party (ok, a webinar, if you insist) on Thursday, March 15th at 10:30AM and get the scoop on all things Smart Travel for your company. In 30 minutes (or less!) you’ll learn about…
- What free tools are available through Dibs to promote carpooling, transit, and more
- How Smart Travelers can access resources including monetary subsidies, incentives, and more
- Who Dibs is (in case you don’t know!)
Take a quick 5-minute survey to let us know how we’re doing, and we’ll enter you in a drawing for COOL STUFF! Continue reading “A survey, gift cards, and thank yous!”
During the Month of Love, why not show your ride some love?!
Whether you bike, walk, carpool or vanpool, our rides could always use a little TLC. Keep scrolling for some ways to round out your Valentine’s Day and the rest of the Month of Love! Log your first ever trip this month and we’ll send you a little something to say thank you!
We love hearing stories about our Smart Travel community. This month, we want to highlight the story of Jeffrey Sparks, who has been traveling by bike to his job at Hilmar Cheese Company for just over a year.
At twenty four years old, Jeffrey has already shown a strong commitment to his health (and bike miles!). Since discovering a safer route to travel on his bike, he has been commuting the 7.5 miles from Turlock to Hilmar Cheese Company five days a week since March 2016.
Jeffrey has also pursued certification as a League Cycling Instructor, qualifying him to administer the Traffic Skills 101 course as well as several others under the banner of the League of American Bicyclists. This matches well with his interest in educating kids about bicycling, as in his words, “they will become the experts in active transportation and road safety, and they will embarrass their parents into riding their bikes more.”
Fun fact: Do you know what an “Everest” is in bike lingo? Well, Jeffrey recently completed one, having biked over 29,029 vertical feet in one day, which is greater than the equivalent distance from sea level to the peak of Mt. Everest (and it took over sixteen hours on his bike!).
High fives and kudos to Jeffrey for showing that with a little research and dedication, it is possible to leave the car behind and make a bicycle your main Smart Travel option.
Launched almost 40 years ago by the San Joaquin Council of Governments, Commute Connection was established when times were a little different – offering carpooling as a single solution in response to the need for resource conservation in the 1970s during the energy crisis. As time went on, the program expanded the options to promote vanpooling, biking, walking, and riding transit.
Continue reading “Welcome to Dibs. A New Look Inspired by You.”
Spoiler ALERT!! It’s gift cards, Swell bottles, and so much more! Continue reading “Our Gift To You!”