Welcome to the Every Trip Counts Program!

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We are excited to have you be part of the region's air quality solution!

The goal of the Every Trip Counts program is to encourage people to leave their personal vehicle at home a minimum of two trips per week during the summer ozone pollution months. Not driving your car is an effective way to reduce the amount of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that get released into the air. When VOCs are released into the summer air, they mix with Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) and then "cook" in the summer sunlight and heat to create ground level ozone pollution. Ground level ozone pollution is bad for all of us.

The Every Trip Counts program is the result of a terrific partnership between the folks at Smart Commute Metro North and the Regional Air Quality Council.

Please complete this quick registration form. It will help us be able to contact you with newsletters and possibly prizes! Completion of this form also allows us to gather information required by our grant funding.

Thank you for your efforts to help decrease ground-level ozone pollution!
1. Please tell us about yourself. *This question is required.
2. How do you currently make most of your work-related trips? *This question is required.
3. How do you currently make most of your errand-related trips? *This question is required.
4. How do you currently make most of your recreational trips? *This question is required.
5. What trips are you most likely to make without driving your vehicle? *This question is required.
6. How do you plan to reduce two vehicle trips per week? *This question is required.
7. How did you hear about the Every Trip Counts program? *This question is required.
The Every Trip Counts program seeks to reduce the creation of ground-level ozone pollution. The Regional Air Quality Council provides ozone action alerts via email messages during the summer months. These email alerts provide people with information about current air quality conditions and provide information about what we can do to limit the creation of ground-level ozone pollution.
8. Do you want us to send you Ozone Action Alerts via email? *This question is required.