LANE COUNTY, Ore. -- The Lane Transit District is gearing up for its Get There Challenge to encourage people to try other ways to commute.
The challenge starts Monday and runs for two weeks.
People are encouraged to park their personal vehicles and bus, bike, walk or carpool to work, appointments and to run errands.
Last year participants in Lane County logged 188,766 miles, saving more than 4,200 gallons of gas.
If you want to take part, you can register online.
There are all kinds of prizes you can win, including gift cards.
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