Are other types of foot-powered transportation eligible under the "walking" category?

Yes, as long as it is a method of transportation where the foot is in contact with the ground, it is eligible in the "walking" category. This includes mobility aids such as wheelchairs and walkers, skateboards, jogging, rollerblading, and non-motorized scooters, as long as the trip replaces a drive-alone vehicle trip. It does not include Segways.

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1. What is the RTP Trip Calendar?
2. Where is the Help button for the Trip Calendar?
3. How do I edit trips?
4. What counts as an alternative commute option to driving alone?
5. What is the difference between trip purposes?
6. How do I customize "Your Stats"
7. How are achievements calculated?
8. How do I count my Compressed Work Week Schedule?
9. Are other types of foot-powered transportation eligible under the "walking" category?
10. Can I be entered to win prizes for all types of trips?
11. Are there any tax consequences for being a prize winner?
12. I'm not interested in prizes or material rewards. How do I opt-out of the prize drawings?
13. What if I drive a hybrid or electric vehicle?
14. Why are motorcycles and mopeds not included as a sustainable mode?
15. What if I use a motorized scooter or power-assisted bicycle?
16. What is Ride Together Pierce?
17. Who sponsors Ride Together Pierce?