Yarmouth's Third Annual Transportation Challenge

Program runs first 21 days of September...
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This town-wide Age-Friendly project, in partnership with the Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority, challenges and encourages people of all ages to use and discover alternate modes of transportation such as: walk, bike, car pool, use public transportation; CCRTA busses and vans, airplanes, ferries, share Taxi Cabs, Ubers, Yarmouth Voyager Vans etc. while reducing traffic and their carbon footprint. Our program runs during the first 21- days of September and culminates with Worldwide “NO CAR DAY” on September 22nd.

Participants sign-up at the Yarmouth Senior Center and other locations; receive Bus and Ferry Schedules. A journal to chronicle what they did differently during the 21- days for submission for prizes and a T-shirt. Some Collaborators are; Cape Air, Bike Zone, and the Yarmouth Public Libraries. Special thanks to the Barnstable Municipal Airport. 

For further information contact: Karen LeBlanc at 508-394-7606 X1338

Photo caption:  Pictured LtoR: Aaron Fontaine, Bike Zone,Bobby Raymond, Bike Zone, Matthew Elia, Asst. Barnstable Municipal Airport Manager, Yanni Stoyanov, Bus Driver, Chris Kennedy, Mobility Manager RTA, David O’Conner, Pilot Cape Air, Dan Wolf, CEO Cape Air, Katie Servis, Barnstable Municipal Airport, Tom Cahir, CEO CCRTA, Paula George, Travel Trainer CCRTA, and Dianne Kane, Interim Director

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