Cartoon commuting comes to Bellevue

Commuting may not be a laughing matter these days, but it could be featured in a cartoon.

  • Monday, June 2, 2008 3:41pm
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Commuting may not be a laughing matter these days, but it could be featured in a cartoon.

A new website with tons of information about travel options to and from Bellevue has launched a viewer-inspired cartoon series by noted artist Ellen Forney. Whether your idea of a dream commute is by pogo stick or flying carpet, people can visit and share it.

Every two weeks noted Forney will select a submittal as inspiration for the next installment of Going My Way!

The cartoons will be based on suggestions from visitors to the one-stop travel options resource.

Workers, students and employees in Bellevue also are encouraged to sign up for the Commute Connections newsletter to receive quarterly updates from the new site.

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