Vanpooling – comfortable, cost-effective commuting
Vanpooling offers commuter comfort and hefty savings. At less than $10 a day for a round-trip commute, vanpools are the most cost-effective way to get to work.
A vanpool can be formed by a group of commuters to share a journey to work on a regular basis. Riders share expenses. The individual who serves as the driver/coordinator generally pays less.
With a median one-way trip of 40 miles, Chicago Sprinter
Vanpools connect the metropolitan region with Wisconsin ,Indiana Michigan. And access to HOV (High Occupancy Vehicle) lanes can shave up to 40 minutes a day off your commute.
Enjoy your time
In addition to financial incentives and tax breaks, you gain time during the day for reading, emailing or listening to your iPod. You arrive to work feeling less stress than you would if you had driven. And you will also feel good about your role in helping to reduce traffic congestion the greenhouse gases.
Employers show corporate responsibility
Today, many companies embrace their corporate responsibility to the environment. Encouraging the use of public transit by offering shuttle service
demonstrates your commitment to a cleaner environment by reducing the number of single-occupancy vehicles on the roads and the amount of carbon emissions in the air. Shuttle programs can help qualify for LEED certification. LEED is a third-party certification program and the nationally accepted benchmark for the design, construction and operation of high-performance green buildings. The program may also offer savings from parking costs.
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