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In celebration of Earth Day, April 22, SamTrans and Caltrain are inviting people to participate in an environmental scavenger hunt. The virtual scavenger hunt asks people to submit photos, either digital or old school, of “earth-friendly” items between April 7 and April 21. Entries will be posted on the District’s social media sites.

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To kick off hunt, Transit District employees will pass out scavenger hunt lists at key transit hubs on Monday, April 7. During the morning commute Transit District staff will be at the San Francisco Caltrain Station. In the midday look for information at the Redwood City Transit Center. During the afternoon commute, staff will visit the Daly City BART Station. Information also will be available on SamTrans buses and on Caltrain.

On Earth Day, April 22, all the photos will be entered into a random drawing. Prizes include reusable coffee cups and tote bags.

Riding public transportation is one way that an individual can make a significant impact on reducing greenhouse gas emissions. According to the American Public Transportation Association, public transportation use saves 37 million metric tons of carbon emission every year.  Additionally, public transit riders save 4.7 billion gallons of gasoline annually. People can calculate their carbon savings using a carbon calculator provided by the American Public Transportation Association:

www.publictransportation.org <http://www.publictransportation.org/>

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