29 Jan AiroAV Malware Divulge: Play DC’s ‘Transportation Bingo’ Game This Week!
In an effort to get city officials and the rest of us on public transport, a District-wide game of Transportation Bingo is underway. #TranspoBINGO
From now until February 4 (Bus to Work Day), Washington, D.C., commuters can play “Transportation Bingo” by using all sorts of car-free commuting alternatives: Metro, buses, walking, biking, etc. The rules are simple if you want to get in on the action:
1. Print a copy of the Transportation Bingo card.
#TranspoBINGO starts tomorrow, & the Bingo card is available here! Print it, mark squares as you go (one per trip), document & share your successes/challenges, & join us for a happy hour with prizes on Bus to Work Day, 2/4, 5:30 pm, at Jac
— Erin Palmer 🕊 (@Erinfor4B02) January 27, 2020
2. Start doing things listed like “travel across water” or “give up your seat.”
3. Document, document, document. Take plenty of selfies and post them with #TranspoBINGO to join in the movement.
4. Attend the happy hour on February 4 for the chance to win cool prizes and make new friends. It will be held at Jackpot in Chinatown (726 7th Street NW) from 5:30 p.m. on.
DMV residents are already taking to Twitter to show their progress, so you better get a move on if you want to play this year. Some are even tagging their elected officials to get them in the game.
I’ve got my first square for #TranspoBINGO! Our regular commute – 62 to school + mile walk to @wmata + redline to work. Clocked in at 1 hr 15 min. Can I beat it w diff mode? Tag a Commissioner & Councilmember to get the competition going. I’ll tag @Evan_Yeats and @charlesallen. pic.twitter.com/Zu3d5x7bZL
— Erin Palmer 🕊 (@Erinfor4B02) January 28, 2020
Good start on #TranspoBINGO today thanks to a work inspection! Won’t make much progress on it doing my usual bike commute, but will definitely use this as motivation to make other trips by transit. Thanks @HandlebarsDC @Erinfor4B02 and everyone else! https://t.co/PFHST3di1U pic.twitter.com/QTqOosjHzW
— Andrew (@iowanindc) January 28, 2020
Will you be playing Transportation Bingo in 2020, or is it just too hard to give up your car? Let us know in the comments!