About Way2Go

Way2Go, originally known as RideWise, was created to help meet Tompkins County’s goals of increasing transportation equity and sustainability in 2009. The project was originally funded through Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Job Access and Reverse Commute (JARC) grant money administered by Chief Transportation Planner Dwight Mengel of the Tompkins County Department of Social Services.

Way2Go achieves its goals by partnering with employers, human service agencies, transportation providers, advocates, policymakers, and other stakeholders. Way2Go works closely with community stakeholders such as Cornell University, Finger Lakes Independence Center, Ithaca College, TCAT, Ithaca Carshare, Gadabout, FISH, the Downtown Ithaca Alliance, TC Workforce, DSS, Bike Walk Tompkins, Finger Lakes Cycling Club, and more!

Way2Go Annual Reports
Way2Go 2017 Annual Report or Way2Go 2017 Annual Report (print small folded booklet)

Way2Go 2016 Annual Report

Way2Go 2015 Annual Report (see Q4 2015 Report)

Way2Go 2014 Annual Report

Way2Go 2013 Annual Report

Way2Go 2012 Annual Report

Quarterly Reports

Way2Go 2018 Q3 Report

Way2Go 2018 Q2 Report

Way2Go 2018 Q1 Report

Title VI Implementation Plan

Way2Go and CCETC Civil Rights Implementation Plan

2016 Public Outreach and Involvement Activities Summary

Last updated November 7, 2018