Many employers and employees look to vanpools as a cost-effective way to commute to work. While people are reacclimating to the idea of a shared commute, vanpooling allows for a more controlled environment since it’s a small group of people riding together for many years.
During these uncertain times, MORPC Gohio Commute and Enterprise has tried to inform groups about commuting safety. We believe by using the recommended CDC safety precautions vanpool groups can limit their risk while traveling in the van. It is important for commuters to do their part, to maintain the vehicle’s cleanliness and adhere to recommend health guidelines to protect all riders.
A Gohio Commute vanpool is a group of commuters who go to work together on a regular basis in a commuter van. Riders share an affordable monthly fee that covers the use of a van, insurance, maintenance, roadside assistance, and prepaid fuel.
Do you drive 30+ minutes or travel 20+ miles one way to work? Do you maintain a consistent work schedule? If so, you’d make an excellent candidate for vanpooling!
Many resources are available to help get your vanpool on the road. Our toolkit for registered users includes: