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Route 112 Wil Reroute in Mountlake Terrace Due to Construction Detours Reroute Starts Tuesday, August 2 for Several Weeks ...
Jul 29, 2016
Route 512 Will Reroute, Miss Stops During Torchlight Parade in Seattle Saturday, July 30 The Seattle Torchlight Parade takes place on...
Jul 29, 2016
Stewart St. Lane Closures Expected to Delay Morning Service Commute Starting Monday, 8/1 Commuters Encouraged to Take Earlier Buses, Consider O...
Jul 29, 2016
Expect Reroutes Friday, July 29 for Tour de Terrace Parade Routes 119,130,810,871 Will Reroute Starting at 4 p.m. Today On Friday, July 29, from 4 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.,56t...
Jul 27, 2016
Starting Monday, August 1 (and for the next two months) Sound Transit will be repainting the passenger bays at Lynnwood Transit Center. The A Bays will be the first to b...
Jul 25, 2016
Downtown Seattle Paving Work Closing Portions of S. Washington St. Through Friday, July 29 Update [Tuesday, July 26] Commuter Service reroutes that began today due to pav...
Jul 24, 2016
When buses are rerouted due to construction, or when there are major delays to our service, Community Transit sends out electronic alerts. You can sign up for e-alerts by te...
Jul 20, 2016
A parking lot restriping project is taking place at Lynnwood Transit Center the last three weekends in July. July 16-17: Lot A (just south of the bus bays) was repainted. ...
May 17, 2016
18-Month Yesler Bridge Project Begins Monday, May 23: Be Prepared for Reroutes and Stop Closures Starting Monday, May 23, two stops ...
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RECLAIM THE OPEN ROAD
Curb the Congestion offers great rewards. Choose a smarter trip at least eight days a month and you could qualify for:
Curb the Congestion is a program to reduce traffic and encourage healthy travel options on congested roadways. The program is operated by Community Transit.
Curb the Congestion is funded in partnership with Snohomish County through developer mitigation and federal grants; and with Communities InMotion - I-405 through King County.
Choose to make smarter trips instead of driving alone on:
Smarter trips include:
Our Curb the Congestion Specialist is ready to help you plan your trips. Whether you use one of these streets to drive to work, school, or errands, we can help you find a more relaxing way to get there.
University and college students, staff, and faculty are eligible for additional rewards and support through Curb the Congestion.
Thinking of trying a smarter trip? When you register for Curb the Congestion, you can earn $50 a month for three months to help pay for transportation expenses. Eligible participants receive a $50 voucher toward bus or vanpool fare or a $50 gift card for gas or REI.
After three months, keep logging trips on at least eight days a month on your calendar to qualify for monthly drawings for a $150 prepaid MasterCard gift card.
Would you like $25 to help pay for your transportation expenses? Do you have a friend, neighbor, or coworker who travels on 128th Street, 164th Street, 196th Street, Bothell-Everett Highway or I-405? Would they benefit from learning about their options for making a smarter trip?
Tell a friend about Curb the Congestion - we've put together recruiting tips (pdf) to get you started. If your friend registers and logs trips on their Curb the Congestion Calendar, you could earn a $25 voucher toward bus or vanpool fare or a $25 gift card for gas or REI. You must be a current and active participant in the program yourself.
Complete the online Recruiter Rewards form or download the paper version recruiter rewards form (pdf), or email email@example.com or call (425) 438-6136 to get one.
Curb the Congestion wants to recognize you for your continued dedication to reducing traffic congestion and making our community healthy and vibrant! Starting in 2015, you can nominate yourself for the Curb the Congestion Champion of the Quarter for a chance to win $250.
The Curb the Congestion Champion of the Quarter will be selected from among program participants that meet the following requirements:
Rewards for the Curb the Congestion Champion include:
Eligible participants must complete a nomination form. Forms will be sent to eligible participants via email approximately 2 weeks after the quarter ends. Submitted nomination forms will be reviewed and scored by the Commute Trip Reduction Peer Advisory Board (a board of Employee Transportation Coordinators that represent Snohomish County’s and the City of Bothell’s commuting employees.)
Your Curb the Congestion Calendar will also calculate how much money, fuel and air pollution you save by not driving alone. Learn more about the calendar.
Step 1: Register online. Participants without Internet access can request a paper form. Call (425) 438-6136 or email CurbIt at commtrans dot org.
Step 2: A Community Transit Specialist will contact you to help you plan your trip to work, school, or errands. The representative will also ask you to sign an optional pledge form to reduce your drive-alone trips. Pledging strengthens your commitment to smarter trips.
Step 3: Start making trips by bus, carpooling, vanpooling, bicycling and walking instead of driving alone on one of the targeted road corridors.
Step 4: To qualify for rewards, track your trips online using your personalized Curb the Congestion Calendar.