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Electric Vehicles

Promoting electric vehicles (EV) is another way Public Works contributes to environmental savings. Since 2015, over 13 EV charging stations have been installed around Redwood City to facilitate EV usage. Click here for more information about Redwood City's electric vehicle initiatives.

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Commuter Challenge

The Commuter Challenge is an annual event where participants who commute using alternative transportation, such as bicycling, carpooling, and public transit, are rewarded with 5 grand prizes (including a $400 REI gift card) and over 100 weekly prizes.

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Commute Alternatives

Looking for a way to save time, money, and stress on your daily commute? Visit commute.org for details on alternative transportation options, including carpooling, biking, and taking shuttles to work.

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Car Discounts

Select Bay Area car dealerships are offering a discount on more environmentally friendly vehicles through Sunshares. This includes the Toyota Mirai, a hydrogen fuel cell car, and the Nissan Leaf, a fully electric vehical. Visit Bay Area Sunshares for more.

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Get Rewarded For Carpooling

San Mateo County offers an incentivized carpooling program, where drivers and riders can receive up to $4 a day for carpooling on their commute. Click here for more.

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Connect, Redwood City!

Visit Connect, Redwood City! to discover fast, energy efficient, and environmentally friendly ways to travel in and around Redwood City.