We are always striving to make Commute Greener! better, so that our users can step up against climate change for improved health, wealth and a better planet. We want the Commute Greener! application to be as effective, user friendly and useful to the user as possible. After all, Commute Greener! is all about making a smooth change in habits.
To do this we feel we need to know what you really think about the app, and about commuting in general. To accomplish that a survey with nine simple questions have been created, and is available here on the Commute Greener! webbsite. The questions are about the new ride share function, how you commute, and what you would like to change for the commute to be better. The first persons who answer can win a prize.
One question I personally find interesting is the last one. How we find the commute depends on a whole lot of factors. It has to feel safe, at least somewhat comfortable and feel viable compared to the usual commute. How people amuse themselves on the road is also interesting for us. We often try to give tips on how to commute greener and how to cope with non active transportation (public transportation). Hopefully you will give us some pointers as well!
The questions about the rideshare function are of course important as well. This is the latest addition to the app, and we are interested in knowing how you feel about it. Can we tweak it to become even better? Is it effective? Should you be able to use it to connect to your friends at facebook and other social medias as well? And so on.
All in all, I hope you take 2 minutes to answer the poll. Commute Greener! want to be able to provide you with the best possible help to reduce your personal carbon dioxide footprint. This would help us a great deal on the way. The more people who change their habits towards sustainable everyday transportation the more CO2 is saved. The more people taking the bus or the bike to work instead of driving the less traffic congestion, which means less idle moment and less start/stop driving, which is also good both from a traffic and environmental point of view. 2 minutes of your time isn’t much to help us in making this possible.