VANPOOL

/ˈvanpo͞ol/

noun

1. an organized group of 7-15 people who share a van
when they are going to and from their jobs; each person
pays a monthly fee to ride in the van

2. a guaranteed seat to listen to a podcast

3. a much needed nap on the way to/from work

 

HOW CAN WE HELP?

REGISTER 1
FIND A ROUTE 2
EARN REWARDS 3

Register here with Georgia Commute Options to:

  1. Input your home address, your work address, and the hours you work. We’ll let you know if any vanpools currently exist or if there is enough interest to start a new vanpool from your home area to work.

  2. Sign up for our free incentive programs.

We will coordinate a group of people to cover a monthly fee (which includes van leasing and insurance) designate a driver, and determine where you’ll meet and what time you’ll leave.

  1. We give away $25 gift cards to 1 in 10 people who track their “clean commutes” on our site each month. You’ve already signed up for this program in Step 1, so just sign in and log vanpool segments to win.
  2. If you’ve been driving alone, you can earn $5 day (up to $150) for switching to vanpooling. Register here.
  3. Refer a friend. You get $50 for each friend that begins to vanpool. Sign up for this program here.
  4. If an emergency comes up on days you vanpool, we will pay for a taxi to get you home as soon as possible. Register here.

WHO CAN I VANPOOL WITH?

  • Spouse
  • Friends
  • Family members
  • Coworkers
  • People in your building or nearby buildings
  • Neighbors

Still have questions? Contact