Georgia Tech wins PACE Award for exemplary commuter programs

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Georgia Institute of Technology was named the winner of the Government Champion PACE Award which recognizes exemplary commuter programs and employers throughout Georgia. Over 34% of the commutes made by Georgia Tech’s 6000+ faculty and staff members are considered “clean” by taking a car off the road. This high participation rate is further promoted by the comprehensive transit on-campus, providing door-to-door access from MARTA to most campus buildings. Additionally, due to robust bicycle infrastructure, cycling as a mode count has increased from 5.7% to 8.2% in the course of a year.

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