Transportation Mode Choices

Four commuters carpooling in a sedan.

When you carpool, vanpool, ride the bus, walk or ride your bike you can save money, reduce stress, make new friends, improve your commute schedule and health, and reduce dependence on foreign oil.

Your actions not only help you keep money in your pocket, but they help reduce congestion and positively support cleaner air through reduced vehicle emissions.

Learn more about using the Benefits of Alternate Modes of Transportation.

Carpool – Share the ride and save

Carpooling is a great way to share the costs of your commute to work, whether it is one day a week or more.

Vanpool – More passengers, more savings

When several co-workers have similar schedules and travel to work in the same direction as you do, consider starting a vanpool to share the ride and save big on commute costs.

Transit – Help reduce congestion and pollution

Public transportation is a great alternative travel option that will help reduce traffic congestion, energy consumption and pollution. 

Telework – Try a flexible work option

Telework, which allows employees the flexibility to work from home or other space, is becoming a standard work option for many employees. 

Bicycle and Walk – Be active and live healthy

Using active transportation, such as walking or bicycling, to get to work puts you on the path to a healthier lifestyle and helps to reduce the number of vehicles on the road.