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WHY SHOULD I COMMUTE SMART?

Share a ride, take the bus, telework, ride your bike or walk to work. You’ll be happier, healthier, and wealthier!

Gas and car maintenance is very expensive.  Getting stuck in traffic and driving in bad weather cause stress. And, sustainable commuting options shrink your carbon footprint for a cleaner, greener Seacoast.

Do your part by commuting smart! Even if it’s just one or two days a week.

CommuteSMARTseacoast, a TMA (Transportation Management Association), promotes smart commuting options such as carpooling, taking transit, bicycling, walking, and teleworking.

Any employer in the greater Seacoast region of New Hampshire is welcome to join as a partner.  Membership is FREE.  Promotional events and materials are available to members, as well as the Emergency Ride Home program (some restrictions apply).

Use our confidential online carpool matching service to find a neighbor who has a similar commute and wants to share the ride.

Our annual June Commuter B2B Challenge is a great way to have fun commuting smart.

Sign up for our quarterly e-newsletter with information on commuter events, contests, workshops on bike safety,  and more!

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HOW MUCH DOES YOUR COMMUTE REALLY COST?

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Bike/Walk to Work Week

May 16th, 2016 – May 20th, 2016

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Seacoast B2B Commuter Challenge

June 13th, 2016 – June 24th, 2016

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COAST Launches “We’re on the Route” Campaign

January 29, 2016

This week COAST launched a free, joint marketing program to highlight the convenience of using transit to shop, eat out, or use the services of businesses located along its bus routes. The campaign lets COAST riders know about easily reached businesses.  It also informs the business’s customers about using transit to get there.  Participating businesses […]

ABC’s of Basic Bike Maintenance for Women Taught by Women!

November 4, 2015

  Ladies! Do you know what maintenance you can easily do yourself, what to do before hopping on the saddle, or  what to pack in your saddlebag (well, other than phone and food!).  Where does one even learn about this stuff?! Search no more!  She Rides Seacoast, the group of women bicycling enthusiasts in the […]

2015 Pease B2B Commuter Challenge a Great Success

September 29, 2015

Team Captains pictured left to right, back row: Buster Miller, Lonza; Lars Anderson, Loftware; Julie Mortlock, LTC Partners, Bruce Alexander, Newmarket International. Front row: Kirsten Howard, NH DES; Patti Boumil, IPSUMM. During the recent Pease B2B Commuter Challenge, 228 Pease Tradeport employees carpooled, bicycled, took the bus, or teleworked.  Much thanks to the team captains […]

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January
29
2016

Six Reasons to Start a Carpool This Winter

Let’s face it; living in northern New England is not without its driving challenges…snow, black ice, wind, and bitter cold. I will not tempt the snow gods by comparing this winter to last. Oh no. But do consider these six reasons why it makes sense to start a carpool now. 1. Enjoy the comfort of […]

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November
24
2015

Dressing For The Cold on Your Bike

The key to cold weather riding is to dress in layers. Your winter cycling wardrobe should include: Shoe covers also known as booties. Shoe covers come in various weights/thickness and block the wind in cooler temps. In really cold weather you can add toe warmers attaching them to the top of your shoe inside the […]

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November
23
2015

Public Transit Myths Debunked

There are many misconceptions about riding public transportation. But we’re here to set the record straight on some common myths about the public transit industry. Below are some popular myths: 1. People don’t use public transportation anymore. This is false, as national stats are actually on the rise. According to American Public Transportation Association (APTA), […]

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