Welcome to the Washington State Ridesharing Organization (WSRO), a group of ridesharing professionals from the state of Washington, founded in 1988. WSRO was established to encourage policy makers, employers and commuters to support the use of transportation alternatives to driving alone. The goal is to reduce air pollution, traffic congestion, and energy consumption throughout Washington State and the Pacific Northwest. WSRO was incorporated as a 501c(6) non-profit organization in 1989.
WSRO offers its members an opportunity to meet on a regular basis and discuss transportation issues, as well as, develop relationships between public and private organizations. WSRO also develops and provides its members promotional materials and marketing resources about ridesharing.
The Organization sponsors two workshops a year: one held in Eastern Washington and the other in Western Washington. Over the past few years WSRO has reached out to our regional neighbors and co-sponsored joint workshops in Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, British Columbia. In 1991, WSRO created its Recognition Award to honor those individuals, groups or organizations that exemplify the commitment to our mission and the concept of ridesharing.
The organization has evolved over the past 20 years to include transportation demand management (TDM) professionals in a range of professions from public transportation, civic planners, public and private sectors and advocacy groups promoting the use of sustainable transportation options.
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