What is vanpooling?
What are the responsibilities of the primary vanpool driver?
Am I required to become a driver if I want to start a vanpool?
How much money can I save by sharing the commute?
How do I get into a vanpool?
Is my information private?
Who can I contact about vanpooling?
How many people are needed to start a vanpool?
What routes do the current vanpools take?
How can a person join an existing vanpool?
How long of a commitment is required to join a vanpool?
What is the difference between a full time rider and a part time/alternate rider?
If a rider is sick or on leave, do they still pay their fare or do they have to give up their spot?
What happens if a rider drops out of a vanpool?
Are there rules for vanpooling?
Can I set up a vanpool for non-work trips?
What kind of vehicle is provided?
Where do the vanpool vehicles come from?
What does the monthly vanpool fare include?
What kind of insurance does the van have?
Where do we board the van?
How do we fuel the vans?
Are there any restrictions on where a vanpool can begin or end?
Can I try out a vanpool to see if it's a good fit before making a commitment?
What if I have an emergency and need to get home before my group is ready?
Who's in charge of van operations and maintenance?