Connect with your co-workers through Enterprise Vanpool Program, the upgraded version of carpooling.
County employees will have the option to use pre-tax income, using My Commuter Check, to pay for monthly vanpool costs. Enterprise will help vanpoolers sign up for a monthly subsidy of up to $350 available through the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) program.
Vanpool pricing is dependent on the size of the vehicle, number of participants, fuel cost, and length of commute. This option includes a recent model car with low mileage SUVs and vans, comprehensive insurance, maintenance, and roadside assistance. Employees will pay through the My Commuter Check online portal.
Frequently Asked Questions
When will the Commute with Enterprise Vanpool program be available?
The County is working with Enterprise to launch the program, and will be sending out email notifications to employees with details about informational meetings. In these meetings, Enterprise will help connect people interested in vanpooling.
The Clean Commute webpage will be updated as more information becomes available.
What does it cost to join a vanpool and what discounts are available?
Vanpool pricing is dependent on the size of the vehicle, number of participants, fuel cost, and length of commute. Each vanpool, regardless of employer, is eligible for a monthly subsidy of up to $350 from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) as long as the trips begin or end in one of the nine Bay Area counties, vanpools maintain a 50% occupancy rate, and participants agree to submit daily ridership data via a mobile phone app.
Employees will have the option to use pre-tax income through My Commuter Check, to pay towards monthly vanpool costs. Vanpool costs will be paid directly to the vanpool provider, Commute with Enterprise, through My Commuter Check’s DirectPay option.