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Commuter Services Extends Bike to Work Week Challenge Due to Rain

May 18th, 2012 | By | Category: Front Page, News, Uncategorized

YORK, Pa. (May 18, 2012) – Commuter Services of Pennsylvania and local partners – Healthy Adams Bicycle/Pedestrian Inc. (HABPI), the Harrisburg Bicycle Club, WalkBikeBerks and the Lebanon Valley Bicycle Coalition – are extending the Bike to Work challenge to regional employers and commuters through the week of Monday, May 21 to Friday, May 25. The extension is due to a number of rainy days during Bike to Work Week, May 14–May 18.

Commuters who ride their bicycle to work during the two weeks will be entered to win a Bike Safety Pack valued at more than $25. The employer with the greatest number of bicycling commuters will also be recognized. To qualify, bicycle commuters should log their activity for Bike to Work Week at

The challenge is open to all employers in the participating counties of Adams, Berks, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Lancaster, Lebanon, Perry or York and to commuters who live or work in these counties.

Bike to Work Week is a national activity that promotes commuting by bicycle, which offers health and fitness benefits as well as reduces vehicle pollution and traffic congestion.


About Commuter Services

Funding is provided by the Federal Highway Administration through PennDOT and the region’s metropolitan and rural planning organizations.

Commuter Services board includes transit agencies, planning organizations and chambers:

· Harrisburg Regional Chamber; the Gettysburg Adams, Lebanon Valley, Greater Chambersburg, and York County Chambers of Commerce; Lancaster and Greater Reading Chambers of Commerce & Industry;

· Adams County Transit Authority (ACTA); Berks Area Regional Transportation Authority (BARTA), County of Lebanon Transit Authority (LT); Red Rose Transit Authority (RRTA, Lancaster); York County Transportation Authority (rabbittransit); Capital Area Transit (CAT, Cumberland-Dauphin-Harrisburg);

· Lancaster, Lebanon, Reading and York Area Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs); Harrisburg MPO (Cumberland, Dauphin and Perry counties) and Adams and Franklin counties Rural Planning Organizations (RPOs)

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