Topic : vanpool

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New Mexico DOT partners to provide commuting solution

Mobility| August 15, 2019

The service will provide a flexible public transportation alternative to commuters who are not currently served by fixed route service.

Connecticut DOT adding 50 New Flyer clean-diesel buses

Bus| August 12, 2019

The new buses, operating under the CTtransit name, replace older vehicles in the fleet with newer, more fuel-efficient buses.

Mobility| June 19, 2017

Cleveland RTA launches vanpool with Enterprise

The cost-neutral program called VanShare is open to those drivers and riders who are residents of Cuyahoga County, or who have a destination in Cuyahoga County.

Mobility| May 8, 2017

Reno, Nev. Transit System Expands Services to Deal with Burgeoning Growth

The Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County has a host of new BRT projects and has recently launched a mobile fare payment app.

Mobility| December 5, 2014

Iowa officials eyeing intercity bus service, ridematching

The two-way intercity bus service would be geared to working commuters, offering power outlets and wireless Internet.

Bus| September 17, 2013

Utah transit vans help transport Colorado flood responders

More than 80 members of the state's search and rescue team drove to the flood-ravaged state in seven Utah Transit Authority vans, which are typically used for the agency’s vanpool program.
Management & Operations| June 17, 2013

Car sharing considered to help Calif. county gridlock

The transportation agency will consider a $70,000 pilot program for a car share program that would provide midday travel options for people who carpool, vanpool or take transit to work.
Bus| March 12, 2013

Pierce Transit to raise vanpool fares

Board of directors voted to increase fares for all vanpool users by $2 instead of its initial plan to cut 40 vanpools that start and end outside the agency’s service area.
September 27, 2011

OCTA CEO: Kick-starting new routines this fall for commuters

Rideshare Week, which kicks off Oct. 3, is an annual event that focuses on the importance of commuters sharing the ride to get to where they need or want to go. It encourages employers and their employees to take the bus or train, vanpool, carpool, walk or ride a bike.
Mobility| March 25, 2011

Valley Metro program helps employers cut commutes

During the agency’s one-week challenge, “Try 1 in 5,” which took place from Feb. 13 to 19, participating employers saved 373,263 miles from being driven alone and kept an estimated 8,114 pounds of pollution — or four tons — out of the air.

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