Trip Tracker

Welcome to Trip Tracker Program!

Trip Tracker Registration
 - IMPORTANT NOTE! - Registration is currently closed for the summer and will reopen in August 2014. 

What is Trip Tracker?
Trip Tracker is a program that engages school children and their parents in helping to reduce car traffic at schools and in surrounding neighborhoods. When participants carpool, ride the bus, bike, or walk to school, they earn Tracker Bucks that they can spend at participating local businesses.

How are Tracker Bucks calculated? 

Rewards are calculated at the rate of one Tracker Buck for every four trips. Add-ons/Bonus Bucks include:

  • A 2-buck bonus if students use alternative transportation for all trips in a given month
  • An extra buck per month for every 10-miles of "active" transportation, which means walking, biking, skating or scooting.
Tracker Bucks are distributed monthly from September through April.  
Trip Tracker is Great!
How Can Students and Staff Sign Up?

Step 1: Register online - Students, with help from their parents, and staff must register first. 

Step 2: Track Trips - Immediately after registering, participants can begin keeping track of their trips. This is optional, but participants can print out a calendar  to help keep track of their trips. When it comes time to report trips, it helps to have them recorded somewhere.

Step 3: Report Trips - At the beginning of each month, a survey is emailed that asks how participants got to and from school during the previous month. Tracker Bucks are calculated each month based on the information received from the survey. 

Step 4: Receive Tracker Bucks! - Once each month, rewards are distributed to participants on Tracker Bucks Distribution Days, usually during lunch. Participants who miss their chance to pick up bucks can send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to:

Boulder County Transportation
c/o Trip Tracker
P.O. Box 471
Boulder, CO 80306

Step 5: Spend Trip Tracker Dollars! - Participants can spend their TT dollars like real money at participating Trip Tracker businesses in Longmont. 

Check out the FAQ for more information.
St. Vrain School Trip Tracker Dollar

Trip Tracker Calendars

  • Calendars are currently unavailable. Trips are not tracked over summer break. 
  • Enjoy the summer! Keep walking, biking and busing! The Trip Tracker program will restart when school resumes in the fall 2014.

Trip Tracker Participating Schools 2013-2014 - THANK YOU!!!

Elementary Schools

  • Central
  • Blue Mountain
  • Burlington
  • Coming soon!

If you're still interested in becoming a Trip Tracker School? Please let us know!

2014 - 2015 Trip Tracker Participating Schools will be announced in August 2014

Trip Tracker Participating Businesses 

Suggest a business that you'd like to accept Trip Tracker Dollars and we'll follow up with them!

Are you an interested business? We'd love to follow up with you about participating in Trip Tracker!

One Tracker Buck$ = One US$ - 2013-2014 Tracker Bucks have expired. 2014-2015 Tracking starts soon!

  • Old Town Outfitters - 501 Main St., Longmont
  • Simply Bulk - 418 Main St., Longmont
  • Lucky's Market - 700 Ken Pratt Blvd., Longmont
  • Brewing Market - 1520 S. Hover St., Ste. A, Longmont
  • Dairy Queen-Orange Julius Grill & Chill
    • 1945 N. Main St., Longmont
    • 616 Main St., Longmont
    • 2201 Ken Pratt Blvd., Longmont
    • 3335 Arapahoe Rd., Erie  
  • Ques Espresso - 600 S. Airport Rd. in Longmont
  • Unique Scrubs - 381 Main St., Longmont
  • Small Planet E Bikes - 724 Main St. - Longmont

NOTE - Earned Tracker Bucks (blue) can only be spent at Trip Tracker Participating Business and earned BVSD Tracker Bucks (yellow and green) can only be spent at BVSD Participating Businesses, unless specifically identified otherwise.

Have a question? Want to register as a school, or sign up to be a participating business partner? Send the Trip Tracker Program Coordinator an email!


Boulder County Transportation

Trip Tracker Coordinator  

Program Sponsors

The Trip Tracker Expansion grant, funded through the Congestion Mitigation & Air Quality (CMAQ) grant, runs until the end of the 2014-2015 school year. It will expand Trip Tracker within Boulder Valley School District (BVSD) and into schools within the St. Vrain Valley School District (SVVSD) to approximately 25-30 schools/12,000 elementary and middle school students and 1,600 staff.