Get rewarded for avoiding traffic and carpooling to campus!

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Get rewarded for avoiding traffic and carpooling to campus!

UA Parking & Transportation Services
August 28, 2017

Earn awesome rewards for avoiding traffic and carpooling to campus!

(DUO instructional video)

UA PTS has teamed up with the Metropia app to make getting to UA campus even more rewarding. Whether you want to find the best route to campus or you're sharing a ride with a coworker, you can do so while earning amazing prizes this semester thanks to the Metropia app.

Looking to find the ideal route to UA or find a less congested time to travel? Enter your trip into Metropia in advance and the app will notify you when it's time to leave and take you along the least congested route. With each trip, you'll earn reward points that can be exchanged for gift cards to Amazon, Starbucks, and more!

You can earn those gift cards even faster by sharing a ride to campus. Thanks to Metropia's DUO social carpooling feature, you can pick up your coworkers and pick up rewards with the press of a button. Both drivers and passengers alike earn additional reward points for reducing traffic on campus when they DUO!

For your contribution to reducing campus congestion, you'll also earn a raffle ticket for every trip you take to UA with Metropia whether you're part of a carpool or driving alone. Each week this semester, five lucky raffle winners will take home a UA PTS provided prize pack featuring UA sunglasses, water bottles, and more.

The University of Arizona encourages all faculty and staff to download the free Metropia app on the Apple App Store or Google Play and start racking up the DUO rewards by sharing a ride today!

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