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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!

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

CommuteSMART Seacoast is a free program that helps commuters find the best way to get to work or school.

Any Seacoast NH employer is welcome to join at no cost.   Members can access promotional events and materials, as well as the Emergency Ride Home Program.

Our three commuter challenges offer a fun way to earn prizes by commuting smart:

  • Commute Smart B2B Challenge,  May 1-31
  • Dump the Pump,  June 1 – August 31
  • Conquer the Cold,  Nov. 1 – Jan. 31

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Upcoming Events
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Electric Bike Expo

October 13th, 2019

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Sustainability Awards Celebration 2019

November 13th, 2019

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Conquer the Cold

November 1st, 2019 – January 31st, 2020

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Past Newsletters
In The News

Thanks to NHDOT and Keith Cota for New Bike/Ped Path

September 17, 2019

CommuteSMART Seacoast and SABR (Seacoast Area Bicycle Riders) would like to thank NHDOT, and particularly Keith Cota, Chief Project Manager, for the new bike and pedestrian lane on the new Spaulding Turnpike bridge. Throughout 2017 and 2018, Mr. Cota and the NHDOT team sought and listened to community feedback on a multi-year shuttle bus proposed […]

May Commute Smart B2B Challenge Rocked It

July 3, 2019

During our May Commute Smart B2B Challenge, 927 commuters from 64 Seacoast teams used a sustainable form of transportation to commute to work or school.  They carpooled, vanpooled, rode the bus or a moped, bicycled, walked, or telecommuted.  The goal of the challenge was to reduce the frequency of people driving alone to work – […]

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