The Carbon Disclosure Project report provides an annual update on greenhouse gas emissions data and climate change strategies at the world’s largest public corporations


Employee Engagement 2.0: Success Stories and the way ahead


The BC3 event centered around gamification - using gaming techniques to drive engagement - as an emerging trend in promoting sustainable behavior.


RideSpring CEO participates on Silicon Valley Forum panel: Trends in Green Transportation


The Stanford Research Park Transportation Newsletter




Stanford University is recognized as having one of the leading transportation and commute alternative programs in the nation.


Several startup companies are building business models around information technology and the idea that consumers need an extra push — from free cupcakes to gift cards for iTunes or Starbucks — to go green.

Correction: savings in news report at Cooley were for just one month, not for the entire three years. Actual three year commute savings were 2.5M commute miles, 115,000 gallons of gas and 2.2M pounds of CO2.


SAP improves the daily commute for their employees with RideSpring




 The mission of the Cleantech Open is to find, fund, and foster the big ideas that address today’s most urgent energy, environmental, and economic challenges.


RideSpring is a program that rewards employees for using an alternate commute such as biking, carpooling, public transit or walking to work.

Green Commuter Resource Program: "As Pillsbury began developing its sustainability program, we received numerous emails and phone calls from employees expressing their support and commitment, as well as concerns which included the rising cost of gasoline and the long-term impacts of automobile focused transportation."




Through the RideSpring program, staffers can use the Web-based service to find co-workers who want to carpool. This is especially attractive for employees who live in the suburbs. Besides reducing pollution, expenses and congestion, the ride-share program helps build a sense of community in the workplace because employees get to know each other better.


Gain the Eco-Advantage in Today's Business World!
Within nearly every industry you will find niche markets. RideSpring, for example, has zeroed in on the alternative transportation/green commuting market by establishing company focused websites that helps businesses with car pool scheduling and also encourages alternative means of transportation...


101 Ways to Turn Your Business Green: The Business Guide to Eco-Friendly Profits
The reasons why are clear, but the bigger question is-how? From greening your business practices to implementing tangible changes and more, green experts and business owners show you more than 100 ways to quickly and cost-effectively elevate your business from good to green!


CleanTech WebLogThe Human Resources department recently initiated an alternative commute incentive program for employees operated by RideSpring.


Central Valley Business TimesPrivate companies and public organizations that have tried with little success to encourage employees to car pool now have a new way to put reluctant travelers together.


The Urban Transportation MonitorUses incentives to reduce traffic congestion and pollution


RideSpring helps employers cut back on traffic congestion and makes it rewarding for employees to stop driving to work alone


Entrepreneur.comEntrepreneur Magazine features RideSpring in article on green commuting


CleanTech WebLogMany corporate purchases of cleantech products are made based on anticipated savings of some sort. But measuring the actual savings can be a challenge. So, I get excited when a cleantech product comes along that includes built-in results measurement. Ridespring  is a great example.


RideSpring coordinates ride-sharing programs for clients like Santa Cruz County and Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati.


WSGRSilicon Valley law firms continue to lead the way in ‘greening’ the commute with Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati offering the RideSpring service to all US employees at work locations nationwide


Competing with nine other start ups in the transportation category, RideSpring has been selected as a finalist in this national competition focused on accelerating clean technologies into the marketplace


Palo Alto based Cooley Godward Kronish (a national law firm for the converging worlds of high technology, high finance and high-stakes litigation) has selected RideSpring as its alternative commute service partner.


As part of the Community Assessment Program, Paul McGrath, founder of RideSpring was selected as a community hero for his work in reducing single passenger auto use with the RideSpring program


City of Santa Cruz awarded AB 2766 air pollution reduction grant to expand the use of the RideSpring program


Competing with eight other finalists in the transportation category, RideSpring is the only entry that addresses traffic congestion in this national competition focused on accelerating clean technologies into the marketplace


RideSpring provides co-worker carpool matching, alternative commute prize incentives and commute statistics reporting for all City of Santa Cruz worksites in 12-month trial


The company focused alternative commute service has a new identity


Santa Cruz clean-tech startup provides a company focused solution to the growing challenges of traffic congestion, air pollution and global warming