Whether your company needs to comply with air quality regulations or you simply want to learn about commute options for your work site, 511 can link you to programs that will help your employees find a better commute to work.
Need help encouraging your employees to find a better commute? Keep current on commuting news with Commute Smart News, the monthly magazine that provides rideshare marketing tips and an employee newsletter you can use at your business.
Regional Guaranteed Ride Home Program
One of the most common concerns shared by commuters is being stranded without access to a car. The Regional Guaranteed Ride Home (GRH) Program helps alleviate this concern by providing employees who rideshare to work with a reimbursed ride home in the event of a valid emergency. GRH is a free benefit offered to enrolled employers and their employees who carpool, vanpool, take transit, bicycle, or walk to work. Employers who have signed up to participate in the Regional GRH Program can confidently encourage employees to leave their cars at home and rideshare to work.
Los Angeles County
Metro Commute Services
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) helps employers set up Rideshare programs in the workplace. Attend workshops, help your employees find a carpool partner or start a vanpool at Metro Commute Services.
To get started, call 213.922.2811 or visit Metro Rideshare for more information.
Share The Ride
Regardless of your company’s size, OCTA offers programs and services that can help you get your employees to work on time for less money. Together, we can keep Orange County businesses moving.
For more information or to get a program started at your workplace, call 714.560.5358, email email@example.com or visit OCTA's Share the Ride Programs.
The Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) helps employers develop and maintain free rideshare programs at the workplace. RCTC will provide everything you need to get a rideshare program started at your workplace including vanpool and carpool matching, rideshare incentives and a Guaranteed Ride Home program.
For more information, call 800.IECS.4.HELP (800.432.7443) or visit RCTC’s Employer Services.
San Bernardino County
Inland Empire Commuter Services (IECS) helps employers develop and rideshare programs by providing information and support services free of charge to San Bernardino County employers. IECS will help employers develop trip reduction plans, calculate average vehicle ridership information and provide rideshare marketing campaign materials. IECS also provides continuing education about commuting in the region and hosts special events to promote ridesharing.
For more information, call 800.IECS.4.HELP (800.432.7443) or visit San Bernardino County’s Employer Services.