Apr 16, 2014
On Friday, 4/18 from 7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m., stops located on 2nd St. at Lincoln Ave. will be temporarily closed for street marking. Please board your bus at one of these ...
Apr 8, 2014
The baseball season has arrived! When the Seattle Mariners play weekday home games at Safeco Field, buses into and out of Seattle are often delayed. The delays may get worse...
Apr 4, 2014
Construction Relocates "The Alfy's Stop" Construction is underway on Smokey Point Blvd., immediately south of Smokey Point Drive....
Apr 4, 2014
Stop Closures Due to April Utilities Work Depend on Weather Conditions During the month of April, all northbound traffic will be detoured off a portion of 44th Ave W for thr...
Apr 3, 2014
New Stop Added to Route 231 Beginning Thursday, April 3, 2014, Community Transit's emergency Route 231 will begin serving the Sauk-Suiattle Indian Reservation on Chief B...
Mar 26, 2014
Due to the landslide, service on Community Transit Route 230 is traveling only as far east as Oso on Highway 530. Those buses operate at their regularly scheduled starting times...
Mar 4, 2014
Pipeline Installation Will Close 20th St SE for Two Months Starting Monday, March 10, pipeline installation on 20th St SE (between 79th Ave SE and 88th Ave SE) in Lake Steve...
Mar 4, 2014
Due to a potential safety issue, first row front-facing flip-up seats are being removed on buses that do not have a barrier between those seats and the wheelchair area. This...
Feb 20, 2014
Effective February 15, 2014, King County Metro has closed the stop at eastbound N 200th St & Aurora Ave N (Stop ID #256). Customers who take the following routes are enc...
Feb 4, 2014
Due to the road widening project on 52nd Ave W from 150th St SW to 164th SW, Route 119 is on a reoute. Route 119 buses will use 48th Ave. W between 148th St SW and 168th St ...
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Traffic congestion wastes time and money by delaying people, products and services. You help solve this problem when you choose a smart alternative to driving alone. Your efforts reduce traffic, help the environment and, more importantly, keep business moving.
Smart Commuter Rewards can help you become a commuting genius. When you find alternatives to driving alone, such as carpooling, vanpooling, riding the bus, walking or bicycling, you're showing your brilliance. And to reward you for being so clever, we offer Smart Commuter Rewards participants the chance to win up to $250 per quarter. Enroll in Smart Commuter Rewards, log your trips and instantly raise your commuter IQ!
Smart Commuter Rewards is an incentive program to help worksites reach their goals to reduce drive-alone trips and vehicle miles traveled by their employees. This program is funded through a partnership with WSDOT, local governments, and businesses.
|Prize Level||Prize*||Days per Quarter|
|Smart Commuter of the Quarter|| |
$250 Reward (one winner)
| 48+ |
(average of four
days a week)
|Genius Level|| |
$100 Rewards (five winners)
|Brilliant Level|| |
$50 Rewards (10 winners)
| 36-47 |
(average of three
days a week)
|Clever Level|| |
$25 Rewards (20 winners)
| 24-35 |
(average of two
days a week)
* Rewards can be redeemed in the form of a gas card or transportation voucher. So when you win, you can choose your own way to show off your Smart Commuter IQ!
No winner at your worksite in any of the Smart Commuter Rewards categories? No problem. If your eligible employer has at least five Smart Commuters logging trips on RideshareOnline.com, there will be a second chance drawing for a $25 Reward to guarantee a winner at your worksite.
Second chance drawing will be held only if the worksite does not have a winner in the Clever, Brilliant, Genius or Smart Commuter of the Quarter levels. Participants must have logged at least 24 days of commute alternatives in the quarter to be eligible for the prize drawing.
Step 3: If you need help finding a drive-alone alternative that suits your lifestyle and work schedule, contact your ETC or one of Community Transit’s TDM Specialists to help you plan your trip, answer questions and provide information on options like taking the bus, carpooling, vanpooling, bicycling and walking.
Step 4: Start making trips by bus, carpooling, vanpooling, bicycling or walking at least 8 days per month. You can even count teleworking or days you have off due to working a compressed work week!
Step 5: Track your trips online using your personalized RideshareOnline.com calendar. The more days you make smarter trips, the bigger prizes you can win! All eligibilty rules apply.
In addition to personalized commute assistance from a Community Transit Specialist, the following resources can help you improve your trips.