Tuesday, October 04, 2011

Clean Air Campaign welcomes MGG.

Courtesy City of Milton

The City of Milton and Milton Grows Green has recently partnered with The Clean Air Campaign to help improve Georgia's air quality and reduce its traffic congestion.

Commute cost got you down? Want to save money on gas and car expenses? Make the switch from driving alone to a "cleaner" commute and get paid $100!

*The Clean Air Campaign defines a clean commute as; carpooling, vanpooling, taking transit, walking, biking, teleworking and/or working a compressed work week.

Simply register at to receive a free carpooling, vanpooling or biking buddy match-list
Fill out a Cash for Commuters ($3 a Day) Application and mail it in (Before you start "clean" commuting)
Get approved and start logging your "clean" commutes at for your assigned 90 day period.
Earn your $100 by logging and start seeing the savings by "clean" commuting
Continue to log your "clean" commutes to be entered into the $25 Visa gift card drawing each month. 1 in 10 "clean" commute loggers win and you can win multiple times
Form a carpool of 3 or 4 people and earn $40 to $60 gas cards each month by applying for the Carpool Rewards program.
Already carpooling with a spouse or loved one? You can still participate! Register and start logging your "clean" commutes and you will also be entered into the $25 Visa gift card drawings.

Worried about "clean" commuting because you won't have your car? Our Guaranteed Ride Home Program is here as your safety net!

This program we will provide "clean" commuters with 5 FREE taxi rides per year in case of; an emergency, you or a family member gets sick and or you have unscheduled over time and get left at work. Just have a 2011 paper (signature is required) Guaranteed Ride Home application on file with and you are all set!
Help improve air quality within your local school zone by becoming a Clean Air School. Our No-Idling, Pool to School, and Ride the Bus programs have helped 300- plus schools across Georgia improve the air quality within their school zones.

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