Carpooling with one or more person just a couple times a week can significantly cut the cost of commuting. Sharing a ride can reduce stress, prolong the life of your car, and reduce the amount of vehicles sitting in traffic. So, grab a co-worker and check out some of the carpooling options available to you right now.
Vanpooling is a convenient and cost-effective alternative to driving alone to work. State employee vanpools get preferential parking at state offices in Nashville. Sign up on Team TN. Vans hold up to 15 people with full insurance and maintenance to lessen your concerns.
Did you know that the average vanpool participant reports saving up to $3,000 or more a year on gas, car maintenance and wear and tear? Click here for more information about the benefits of ridesharing.
For resources in your area, please check out the links below.
- TMA Group: Become a vanpool rider or driver, and sign up for Guaranteed Ride Home.
- VanStar: Learn about existing vanpool groups or start a new one.
- Park and Ride locations: Free, conveniently located pick-up and drop-off points for commuters.
- WeGo's Emergency Ride Home Program: Registered commuters are eligible for a guaranteed trip home under unexpected circumstances. You must pre-register directly with the agency.
- General Services Carpool: Program for state employees. For more information, contact John Lawrence at (615) 532-8923 or sign up on Team TN.
- Commute Options: Learn about transportation opportunities you have in Memphis.
- Memphis Area Rideshare: Learn more about vanpooling opportunities and emergency ride home services.
- Emergency Ride Home Program: Registered participants don't need to worry about getting sick or working unexpected overtime. You must pre-register directly with the agency.
- University of Memphis: Rideshare database for U of M students