Marchathon Step Challenge

 What is the Marchathon Step Challenge?

Marchathon is the annual Smarter Travel Workplaces & Campus Walking Challenge that runs in March each year. It is open to Workplaces & Campuses who are partners in the Smarter Travel Programme.

Marchathon will take place from the 2nd March to 27th March 2020.  

How does Marchathon work?

The aim of the challenge is to encourage staff and students to walk more, in particular on their journey to work/campus and aiming to increase their steps throughout the challenge. Participants are asked to form a team, register online, dust off their step counter (or download an app) and get walking for the month of March.  

Is my Workplace/Campus Participating?

Participating workplaces will be added to the list below as they sign up.  If your organisation is not listed below, please contact stepchallenge@nationaltransport.ie

  • Accenture
  • AECOM
  • Atlantic Therapeutics Ltd.
  • An Bord Pleanala
  • Arup
  • Athlone Institute of Technology
  • Bank of America
  • BioMarin
  • Children’s Health Ireland at Crumlin
  • Clifton Scannell Emerson Associates
  • Cook Medical
  • Cork City Council
  • Cork County Council
  • Cork Institute of Technology
  • Cork University Hospital
  • DBFL Consulting Engineers
  • Deloitte Ireland
  • Dublin City Council
  • Dublin City University
  • Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown County Council
  • eBay Dublin
  • eir
  • ESB
  • FINEOS Corporation
  • FREE NOW
  • Galway University Hospital
  • HPRA
  • IADT Dun Laoghaire
  • Jacobs
  • Limerick City and County Council
  • Limerick IT
  • LinkedIn
  • Mary Immaculate College
  • Maynooth University
  • National Transport Authority
  • Northern Trust
  • NortonLifeLock
  • NUI Galway
  • PPD Development Ireland Ltd.
  • Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital
  • RPS
  • Sligo University Hospital
  • South Dublin County Council
  • Systra Ltd.
  • Tallaght University Hospital
  • Three Ireland
  • Trinity College Dublin
  • TU Dublin City Campus
  • UCC
  • University of Limerick
  • University College Dublin
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