Curb the Congestion Rewards

ORCA_CardReaderMonthly Rewards
Thinking of trying a smarter trip? When you register for Curb the Congestion and log trips, you can earn up to $100 in your first three months to help pay for transportation expenses. Eligible participants can receive vouchers toward transit or vanpool fare or reward cards for gas.

Monthly Drawing
After three months, keep logging trips on at least eight days a month on your calendar to qualify for monthly drawings for a $150 voucher toward transit or vanpool fare or reward card for gas.

Recruiter Rewards
Tell a friend about Curb the Congestion - we've put together recruiting tips to get you started. If your friend registers and logs trips on their Curb the Congestion Calendar, you could earn a $25 voucher toward transit or vanpool fare or reward card for gas. You must be a current and active participant in the program yourself.

Complete the online Recruiter Rewards form, download the paper version Recruiter Rewards form, email or call (425) 438-6136 to get one.

Curb the Congestion Quarterly Champion
Curb the Congestion wants to recognize you for your continued dedication to reducing traffic congestion and making our community healthy and vibrant! The Curb the Congestion Champion of the Quarter will be selected from among program participants that meet the following requirements:

  • Logs at least 16 days of smart trips in the online calendar for each month of the quarter
  • Maintains profile in good standing with
  • Continues to use a smart trips on at least one Curb the Congestion corridor

Rewards for the Curb the Congestion Champion include:

  • $250 reward card for gas or voucher for transit or vanpool
  • Nominee for Curb the Congestion Champion of the year
  • News release with your story sent to local papers
  • Photo and story on Community Transit's website

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 and the City of Bothell's commuting employees).