Community In Motion
All Trips. All days. All ways.
Everyone wins when we switch from driving alone to riding the bus, joining a vanpool or carpool, biking, walking, or teleworking. Fewer cars on the road help shrink our carbon footprint. And when you get where you’re going without sitting in traffic, life is a little better.
King County Metro Transit is here to help you find your way. Just one trip is all it takes to see how using public transit and other modes like carpool, vanpool, bike or walking can get you to work, school, or play in a more environmentally friendly way.
Stop driving alone and get rewarded.Join the program today and earn your rewards!
How it works
Pledge to shift two or more round-trips per week from driving alone to another option.
Sign up and take the enrollment survey!
Track your trips
Log all 24 round trips on your Rideshare Online calendar.
Give us feedback
Take the follow-up survey—we’ll send you the link.
Complete all 4 steps to earn your $25 reward
You must be 18 years old to sign up and live, work or play in King County. You must start using an alternative to driving alone or have begun within the last three months. No more than one reward per person and no more than two participant rewards per household.
Refer friends and family to join the Just One Trip – Community In Motion campaign and you’ll be eligible to earn up to two additional $25 rewards as a thank you.
Track your trips and win prizes!
For each week you shift two round-trips from driving alone to a new way to travel, you will be entered into a drawing for gift cards from local businesses. Drawings will take place every other Wednesday.
Track all your trips by May 31, 2017 to be eligible for our grand prize drawing, $150 in groceries! The more you log your trips, the greater your chances of winning.
Once you’ve registered, you can start logging your trips right away!
About Just One Trip
Did you know it’s never been easier to stop driving alone and get rewarded just for trying? Commit to reducing drive-alone trips and earn an emergency free ride home credit from UBER, Lyft, or taxi. But, that is just the beginning.
By reducing drive-alone trips, you could save money, reduce your stress and even save time. Get extra work done in a vanpool or on the bus. Catch up with a friend. Reduce global warming, scroll aimlessly on your phone, or even just take a nap.
Since 2014, King County Metro has been working to encourage residents to use sustainable travel modes and save money, help the environment and be more active while they’re at it. The Community In Motion program was built using the foundations of community-based social marketing: speaking to the motivations of communities by providing information, getting action commitments, and offering prompts and incentives to encourage new, healthier travel behavior.
We have made impact to our environment!
“I figured out a way to not use my car at all, without having to change my wake up time!”
North Seattle/Shoreline participant