The Spring Statewide Challenge is back for 2021!
Beginning May 1st, login to the trip logger here.
Need to sign up your workplace team? Sign up here.
Join other businesses and employers from across the state in participating in CommuteSmart NH’s second annual Spring Statewide Challenge! See which team will be the champions! Bike, walk, skateboard, telecommute, carpool, use transit, or any combination of these modes May 1-31, 2021! Compressed work weeks can now be logged as well!
How To Join
To create a new team, you can register using our online registration form. If your team has already been created and you just need to join the team, you can register on the Trip Logger. If you are a member of a returning team, you can simply login to the Trip Logger using your existing username and password. Once registered, you will be able to start logging trips on May 1st. If you have any additional questions, feel free to ask us at email@example.com!
During the entire month of May, log any trip you make to work in a manner other than driving in a vehicle alone. The challenge permits various modes including walking, biking, transit, carpool, telecommuting (working at home), or any combination of these options. New this year, the Challenge also includes those who work compressed work weeks. All trips will be logged on the Trip Logger software that is shared with CommuteSMART Seacoast and participants will be required to create their own login (Don’t worry- it’s free!)
Form a team with your co-workers and compete with other teams around the state. Depending on the size of your employer, your team may be your department, unit, division, branch or the entire company. In fact, many may find it fun to create friendly competition between other departments or branches of a company.
This challenge is being held in partnership with CommuteSMART Seacoast’s B2B Challenge. If you are participating in both challenges, you only need to log your trip once! If you are a business located in the seacoast, you can also email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Most sustainable trips. For this category, an award will be given to the team (in each size category) which has logged the most sustainable trips on a per capita basis. For fairness, participating teams are grouped into five size categories based on the total number of employees:
- Micro (2-9 employees)
- Small (10-24 employees)
- Medium (25-99 employees)
- Large (100-499 employees)
- Major (500+ employees)
Most social media buzz. This award will be given to the team with the most social media buzz. To be eligible, each social media post must include #SmartCommuteTheRoute and the team name. Points will be awarded based on the following system:
- Three points for each original post, one point for retweet or Facebook “like”; one point for Twitter “favorite” or Facebook “Comment”, one point for Instagram like or repost.
- One point for each social media platform used.
- One point for each unique author.
- Five points for each video.
Other fun CSNH branded swag will be raffled off and given away throughout the Challenge! Follow CommuteSmart NH on social media to find out more!
The 2020 Spring Challenge was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Most Sustainable Trips (small employer): S&W Sports
Most Sustainable Trips (medium employer): NHDES Air Division
Most Sustainable Trips (large employer): NHDES Water Division
Most Social Media Buzz: S&W Sports
Overall, participants logged 2,212 trips totaling 29,800 miles, and saved 23,056 pounds of pollutants and $17,235.
Past Participating Teams
Biederman’s Deli & Pub
Central New Hampshire Regional Planning Commission
City of Concord – Community Development
Dover Public Library
Goodale’s Bike Shop – Nashua
Hanover Co-op Food Stores
Lakes Region Planning Commission
Monadnock Food Co-op
Nashua Regional Planning Commission
New Hampshire Department of Transportation
New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission
New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services – Air Division
New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services – Commissioner’s Office
New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services – Waste Management
New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services – Water Division
Rockingham Planning Commission
Southern New Hampshire Planning Commission
Southwest Region Planning Commission
Strafford Regional Planning Commission
UNH Paul College
White Mountain Science, Inc. – Littleton