Simple Steps to Clean the Air

We know that getting in your own car and driving is often the easiest and quickest option, but you may not know that a small change in the choices we make can have a big impact. Choose a clean commute mode such as riding the bus, carpooling, vanpooling, bicycling, or walking.

  • Wait to fuel your car until after 5 p.m.
  • Don’t top off your gas tank
  • Reduce vehicle engine idling
  • Combine errands
  • Don’t mow your lawn on Ozone Action Days

Why Ride CATA

Riding CATA is a great alternative to driving your own vehicle, and CATA offers a variety of bus services. Use CATA’s online trip planning tool to find bus route information and complete CATA route and service directory.

In the Tri-County Area, contact:

CATA: 517-394-1100
EATRAN: 517-543-3040 or www.EATRAN.com
Clinton Transit: 989-224-8127 or www.clintontransit.com

Benefits of Clean Commuting

Possible benefits that you may receive from clean commuting include:

  • Financial Savings
  • Emergency Ride Home Service
  • More time to Read, Sleep, or Study
  • Reduced Vehicle Emissions
  • Less stressful commute
  • Reduced Traffic/Parking Congestion
  • Improved Productivity & Job Satisfaction
  • Health Benefits
  • Commuter Tax Benefits

Calculate the cost of driving alone to work every day, versus cleaner options such as biking or riding the bus.

Commute Cost Calculator