To get started, you will need to provide your home and work address. The app will automatically detect when you make the trips between your home and work location. After your trip has been detected, you will need to confirm the trip for it to log.
The CommuteTracker app is free and available in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.
Click here for details on how to use the CommuterTracker app
You can also automatically log trips through supported connected apps: Waze Carpool, Scoop, and Strava. Visit the “Connected Apps” page within your Get There user profile to integrate connect apps with your Get There account.
Ride with GPS helps you plan the best bike route. How so? Ride with GPS uses the bike rider’s experience to better plan your trips.
Google Maps is an option for planning your transit trip and for real-time traffic information. Most transit agencies integrate transit service with Google Maps to give you real-time travel information and service updates.
Strava is primarily used for tracking biking, running, and walking trips. Get there will also support a wide array of other activity tracking services that synchronize with Strava. Strava also integrates with Get There, which automatically logs your trips in Get There! It is that easy!
Transit is C-Tran’s official mobile app for trip planning and real-time information. It provides a powerful tool that makes travel seamless for users across multiple modes.
Waze Carpool makes it easy to find and take carpool with coworkers already using the app. Connecting Waze Carpool with your Get There profile will allow you to automatically log your carpool trips.