They're competing in WGLT's second annual "Good to Go" Commuter Challenge this week.
Here's how it works...
People pair up in teams and log the number of miles and hours they spend commuting without driving.
That means they're biking, walking, carpooling or using public buses.
The goal is to help people realize the benefits of alternative forms of transportation.
Pete Moore of United Calvary Methodist Church says, "This is an opportunity to flex a new muscle and say, 'Could I get to work, get to the grocery store in a more sustainable way?' And for many people, I think, they end up finding out "Yeah, I can find a different way to get to work."
People can compete as part of a group or alone.
Last year 313 people avoided 15-thousand miles and burned 185-thousand calories.
The competition ends next Sunday.