W2W

(redirected from Wheels to Work)
AcronymDefinition
W2WWheel to Wheel
W2WWall 2 Wall (various organizations)
W2WWaste to Wealth
W2WWriting to Win (composition strategy)
W2WWheels to Work (UK)
W2WWarriors to Work (Jacksonville, FL)
W2WWafer to Wafer (integrated circuit)
W2WWeb to Web
W2WWarehouse-to-Warfighter (military supply/logistics)
W2WWorker-to-Worker
W2WWriter to Writer (network)
W2WWelcome to Work (jobs program)
W2WWok to Walk (restaurant chain; Netherlands)
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Among the charities receiving funding from the scheme is County Durham's Wheels to Work, awarded PS24,518 to run a scooter hire scheme helping young people access education, training and employment in areas where transport links are poor.
CYCLISTS in Kirklees are being urged to join tens of thousands across the country by pledging to take two wheels to work on Thursday.
A NEW monthly bike bus has been launched in Middlesbrough to encourage commuters to ditch the car and take two wheels to work instead.
Development agency Advantage West Midlands will invest pounds 300,000 into the Wheels to Work service - which provides mopeds for people to travel to work - despite funding cutbacks.
Kevin Smith enrolled on the Wheels to Work programme to help with the cost of travelling to and from his job at BMW in Hams Hall, near Coleshill.
Merseytravel spokeswoman Paula Coppell said so far 210 scooter commuters and 100 "wheels to work" users have taken part.
Connexions referred Jordan to Wheels to Work, a Project ran by Connect (South Tyneside) Ltd Community Transport.
# The Muslim Welfare Association of the Vale# WHEELS TO WORK Tina Stephens with youths involved in the Aberfan and Merthyr Vale Youth and Community Project aimed at teenagers involved in car crime.
A program In New Hampshire is helping low-income workers buy reliable used cars so they can get to work and keep their jobs, In three years, Wheels to Work has provided 58 people with a steady way to get to their lobs.
the supplier shall provide certificates indicating safe working conditions and a certificate allowing wheels to work at speeds of 80 m / s.
Dozens have already benefited from pilot 'wheels to work' schemes run in two areas of the county -which involve the cheap loan of a car or scooter to get them to and from vital employment or training.
The Wheels to Work (W2W) scheme aims to break the vicious circle of no job, no money and no vehicle by offering individuals their own transport for a short period or support for longer term solutions.