Help Spread the word about Transportation Options in Oregon
The information and resources on this page are intended for professional transportation options partners across Oregon to use to promote Get There and inform transportation programs in their region. Below you will find Get There communications, Toolkits and guides for projects and programs throughout Oregon, case studies, and national resources.
Get There logos should be included on any materials where GetThereOregon.org is mentioned. Click below to access print- and digital-ready logo files.
Use the resources below to promote Oregon’s free online trip planning, ridematching, and metrics tracking tool, Get There Connect. You can find downloadable versions of the Get There Connect logo, in addition to use guidelines, under the Get There Logos section of this page.
Instructions on using Get There Connect can be found here.
Contact [email protected] if you have questions or need additional resources not found here.
Make your commute better
Save money. Boost your health. Reduce CO2. Enjoy the ride.
With Get There Connect, you can:
- Explore and tap into commute options—transit, carpooling, vanpooling, biking, and walking.
- Find others going your way and share the ride in a carpool or vanpool.
- Track stats like money saved, calories burned, and reduced carbon emissions.
- Join challenges and earn local rewards, as available.
Get started by creating an account in Get There Connect here using your mobile device or desktop computer or log in to your existing account.
Need help? Contact [ADD LOCAL CONTACT] or [email protected].
Become a Get There Network Manager
Get There Network Managers have access to more Get There Connect features, and can see the collective impact of their organization. Network Managers can:
- View network stats
- View members
- Create subnetworks
- Add managers
- Pull reports
To become a network manager, you must first create a Get There Connect account. There can be multiple network managers for one network. Once you’ve created an account, email [email protected] to request to be added as a network manager.
Once you’re added as a network manager, you’ll see a ‘Manage’ button in the top right corner of your dashboard.
Get There Schoolpool
Schoolpool gives users tools to easily find and message other nearby households for the purpose of establishing groups to form carpools or other shared commutes.
Watch the RideAmigos training below or review the presentation slides to learn more.
Questions? Reach out to [email protected].
Social Media Posts are published on the statewide Get There social media accounts (Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter) 5-6 times per month. Follow us to like, comment, or share the posts with your networks. Contact us at [email protected] if you would like us to share one of your social media posts.
Click the photos below to download them.
The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) has developed a variety of safety campaign materials available for use statewide. Click on the ‘More Info’ button below to view and download campaign materials including logos, posters, social media graphics, digital ads, and more.
The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) has developed a variety of program toolkits to leverage the work of TO partners across the state. The following toolkits consider the lessons learned from local pilots and programs, and provide step-by-step instructions for implementing similar programs throughout the state.
Employee Transportation Coordinator Toolkit
The Employee Transportation Coordinator’s Toolkit provides guidance and support to employers interested in creating a transportation options program at their workplace. TO Partners can provide local employers with the ETC toolkit directly, or download and customize it to include information specific to their region.Download
Everybody Rides Toolkit
The Everybody Rides Toolkit was based on lessons learned from the Mid-Columbia Economic Development District (MCEDD) Everybody Rides campaign, which aimed to increase awareness of regional public transit options and increase transit ridership in the Columbia River Gorge. The toolkit is a guide to planning, implementing, and evaluating similar community-led campaigns to promote public transit.Download
Ride the Bus Toolkit
The Ride the Bus Toolkit was adapted from Klamath County Partner’s “Meet the Bus” program, which aimed to introduce second-grade students to the local public transportation system. The toolkit is intended to help TO practitioners provide children and their families with basic information about taking public transportation and promote transit use for family trips in general.Download
Enhancing Veterans’ Mobility Toolkit
The Enhancing Veterans’ Mobility Toolkit provides guidance for those who are interested in creating a program or developing outreach strategies to increase Veterans’ access to services and opportunities by using transportation options.Download
This document explores how shuttles and vanpools are different, and when a public entity like a city, county, or transit agency should consider one solution or the other.Download
The following one-pagers are intended to support employers on offering commute solutions and programming for employees.
Better Commutes Vanpooling Solutions
Recruiting and retaining employees can be a challenge, and work satisfaction today plays a big role. That includes the commute, which for many onsite employees has become longer and more costly. Download this one-pager to tailor and use on how employers can turn employee commute problems into a competitive work perk + support critical business needs.Download
Workplace Wellness & Active Commutes
Today’s staffing issues make one thing clear: promoting and supporting your employees’ health is more important than ever. Supporting active commute options can improve employee health and wellness, as well as boost staff retention and talent recruitment. Download this one-pager about the benefits of active commuting for both employers and employees and how to build support, benefits, and perks into your workplace wellness efforts.Download
The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) supports the development of guides to offer partners solutions, best practices, and recommendations for transportation programs or materials development. The following guides are intended to provide information and resources to inform TO programs and efforts.
Accessibility in Print Guide
How do you design print materials that are accessible and inclusive for the widest possible array of people? This guide presents research on graphic design principles that can make print products more accessible for people with visual impairments and other disabilities, as well as Limited English Proficiency, and low-literacy populations.Download
Remote and Teleworking Toolkit
Many organizations rapidly shifted to remote work due to the COVID-19 pandemic. After seeing remote work benefits, including increased productivity and job satisfaction among employees, companies are now looking to make hybrid remote work long-term and company-wide. Employers can use this toolkit to establish a foundation for effective teamwork and continued productivity in a remote work environment, provide tips for employees, and create formal policies and agreements.Download
Core Principles for LEP Engagement
This guide presents a set of core principles and recommended actions for delivering Transportation Options (TO) programming among Limited English Proficiency (LEP) Spanish speaking communities in Oregon.Download
Case Studies The case studies listed below are great examples of successful transportation programming in Oregon. Discover how other partners in the state are integrating active transportation into their communities.
Exit 27: Reboot Your Commute
A congestion mitigation and safety campaign on I-5 in Medford, OregonDownload
Transportation Wallet Case Study by Portland Bureau of Transportation
A transportation options discount program encouraging people to use public transportation options in specific neighborhoods in Portland, OregonDownload
Streets Alive Case Study
An open street event to promote walking and biking in Hood River, OregonDownload
“Gus Rides the Bus” and Bicycle Rodeo Program
An interactive 45-minute class created by Rogue Valley Transportation District (RVTD) for K-12th grade students to learn about alternative modes of transportationDownload
Spanish Options Marketing Campaign Final Report
A Metro report outlining best practices for conducting outreach to Spanish-speakers about carpooling and other travel options.Download
Public Engagement with Diverse Communities in Medford
A University of Oregon Sustainable Cities Initiative report outlining best practices for public engagement with Latino communities in Medford.Download
PBIC Open Source Image Library – free to use photos biking, walking and transit
Association for Commuter Transportation – a premier organization and leading advocate for commuter transportation and transportation demand management (TDM) professionals
APBP Bicycle Parking Guidelines – a helpful resource for partners planning to purchase or install bike parking fixtures on a limited scale
TDM Listserv – a 2,550+ national email list fostering peer-to-peer exchanges
If you have a recommendation for additional resources, please contact us at [email protected].