Get There is a statewide initiative spearheaded by the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) that helps commuters and employers shift work practices and transportation habits to reduce traffic and keep Oregon moving. Get There seeks to increase awareness about the value and benefits of commute options including: biking, walking, transit, carpool, vanpool, and remote work.
Get There offers tools, resources, and support for using transportation options in Oregon. Get There offers trip planning and ridematching services for carpools and vanpools through the Get There tool and organizes the annual Get There Challenge. In addition, Get There works with employers to use and promote commute options in the workplace.
Get There is funded by the Oregon Department of Transportation, Public Transportation Division, with funds from the Federal Highway Administration.
Yes, Get There is free to individuals and employers in Oregon.