Workplace Commuter Options

Looking to improve commuter options at your workplace? We can help!

Green Action Centre works with businesses and employees to make active and green types of commuting both appealing and within reach.

Whether you want to increase employee health and wellness to improve productivity and reduce absenteeism, achieve a mandate on sustainability or corporate social responsibility, or simply find tips on active and green ways to commute, we can help.

We can assist you with information and guidance to establish supportive policies and programs, benefits and infrastructure, while tracking progress to evaluate the effectiveness and impact of these changes. From resources and events to GoHappy Workplace Commuter Consulting services designed to fit your organization’s needs.

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Get started today—check out our 7 basic steps for making your workplace commuter friendly. Need to justify the benefits? Get tips on making the business case for improving commuter options.

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Contact us for more information, resources or to arrange a meeting. Email: or call us at (204) 925-3772.

Employee Commuting Surveys

WCO Employee Commuting Surveys

Surveys are a critical component of a workplace commuting options program and serve multiple purposes.

Commuting Ambassador Training

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Sign up for a FREE interactive workshop! Get the tools and guidance to help improve commuter options on-site and support your co-workers to get the most out of their commute.

Active & Green e-newsletter

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Active & Green comes out 4x per year and is filled with interesting news related to commuting in Winnipeg – walking, cycling, carpooling, transit and telecommuting. Sign up today!

Commuter Friendly Workplace Award

Janice Gair (left), Vice President, Human Resources and Corporate Services, IISD (winner of the 2013 award) presents the 2014 Commuter Friendly Workplace to Cathy Steven, Executive Director, Health in Common.

Get recognized as a corporate environmental leader with Green Action Centre’s Commuter Friendly Workplace Award.

About the Commuter Challenge

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The Commuter Challenge is an annual week-long, friendly national competition that encourages individuals and workplaces to explore greener transportation options.

Smart Trips

Incentives used for participants in community-based travel marketing projects (Photo: Green Action Centre)

The Smart Trips program is designed to help employees change their travel behaviour from driving alone to more sustainable modes. Learn how here.


Budget 2015: A Green Budget for a Green Economy

When Finance Minister Greg Dewar invited public submissions for Budget 2015, we responded by proposing A Green Budget for a Green Economy.

Health in Common awarded ‘Gold’ as 2014 Commuter Friendly Workplace

Kudos to Health in Common for picking up the 2014 “Gold” Award! Check out the innovative ways in which this workplace supports its employees to walk, bike, take transit or carpool to work.

Another record year for Cycle of Giving!

Another record year for Cycle of Giving with 366 reconditioned bikes built for less fortunate children in Winnipeg. You can still help by donating to help The WRENCH provide bicycle programming throughout the year.

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David Suzuki at Work

The David Suzuki Foundation has created a great tool and resource for any and all eco-minded business women and men wanting to empower their co-workers into building a sustainable workplace.

Bike Winnipeg

Bike Winnipeg provides the latest news on commuter cycling issues, upcoming events, and tons of resources to advocate for improved cycling conditions in your community. And much more!

Victoria Transport Policy Institute

The Victoria Transport Policy Institute offers a wealth of information on sustainable transportation for free on its website to help improve transportation planning and policy analysis.