There’s a twist in this month’s commute incentive at R-TRIP. Everyone wins! For every non-drive alone trip you take to work, you’ll get a chance to give back to two worthy causes in the Redmond community and help us reach our goal
There is something wonderful about a walk in the crisp fall air, and your walking trips just got sweeter with an opportunity to earn $20 to REI (perhaps for some new shoes or wool socks?).
The “Redmond SchoolPool” program is a new pilot program to get students walking, biking, carpooling and taking the bus to school! City of Redmond Staff and King County Metro are working together to help relieve congestion along Education Hill, as well as give students a healthy, fun & safe way to get to school this year.
Congratulations to these 50 lucky winners of $25 to Frankie’s Pizza and Pasta, Agave Cocina, and Pomegranate Bistro! You can sign up to win $25 this September on your R-TRIP page here. Aida R. from Bellevue Aimee E. from Seattle Alan L.
Take at least 4 trips non-drive alone commute trips this month and be entered to win a $25 gift card!
King County Metro will be introducing a new low income fare option for riders, beginning in March 2015. Users must demonstrate their income falls below 200% of the federal poverty guideline. (For a single person that is at our below $23,340 or a family of four making less than $47,700.) It is estimated that 45,000-100,000 will be eligible for the program.
The Keep Redmond Moving Challenge continues! People taking the challenge will not only earn a $20 REI gift card, but they’ll be entered into monthly drawings when they log their trips on Rideshare Online. To sign up, visit KeepRedmondMoving.com and take the pledge under “Rewards, Incentive Programs.”
Now that the I-90 construction is a distant memory, let’s reward those commuters who avoided the whole mess by carpooling, biking, busing, vanpooling & walking to work! Win or lose, you should still sign up for August’s Incentive “Al Fresco In August”, live now on your My Page! http://bit.ly/alfrescoaug
In late July, the King County Council approved a service cut package, approving specific route reductions for this September 27, and a general reduction of 188,000 hours in February 2015. Below are the routes that will be eliminated or reduced starting this fall that impact our Redmond community. If your bus route is eliminated or reduced, carpooling and vanpooling may be good alternatives for you. R-TRIP staff is happy to help you find your options
Earn your lunch (or happy hour) by winning a $25 gift card when you take at least 4 alternative commutes on your R-TRIP Commute Calendar.
Frankie’s Pizza and Pasta