Incentives

If you share the ride in Southern California by carpooling, vanpooling, taking public transit or biking to work, you could qualify for gift certificates and other incentives. Check out the information below for the county you work or live in, and start getting free stuff.

Los Angeles County


Metro Rewards
If you work in LA County, and share the ride to work, you might be eligible for a coupon book with over $1,000 in savings and access to additional online offers to restaurants, retailers and entertainment venues. Ask your employer if your company participates. If not, ask your employer to call 213.922.2811 or visit Metro Rideshare for more information.

Destination Discounts for Metro Riders
Go Metro and get discounts to concerts, sporting events, museums and more. Offers change monthly; visit metro.net for more information.

Orange County


Tell your employer about OCTA's Share the Ride programs and services. If they participate in OCTA's programs, you could save money on your commute, reduce stress and even have more time for family, errands or just relaxing. Ask your employer to call OCTA at 714-560-5358 or email sharetheride@octa.net for more information.

Riverside County


Advantage Rideshare/Club Ride
If you live in Riverside County and work for a participating employer, you may qualify for incentives just for sharing the ride. Join a carpool, vanpool, take a bus or train, walk, bicycle or telecommute and you could earn $2 a day in gift certificates—up to $120 in three months.

For more information about the free Advantage Rideshare program, call 866.RIDESHARE (866.743.3742).

Commuter Club
Already share the ride? Join Inland Empire’s Commuter Club which offers ridesharers a club card good for unlimited discounts at more than 500 area retailers. A member’s only website, the Commuter Club provides additional benefits to continuing ridesharers.

San Bernardino County


Option Rideshare/Team Ride
If you live in San Bernardino County and work for a participating employer, you may qualify for incentives just for sharing the ride. Join a carpool, vanpool, take a bus or train, walk, bicycle or telecommute and you could earn $2 a day in gift certificates—up to $120 in three months.

For more information about the Option Rideshare program, call 866.RIDESHARE (866.743.3742).

Commuter Club
Already share the ride? Join Inland Empire’s Commuter Club which offers ridesharers a club card good for unlimited discounts at more than 500 area retailers. A member’s only website, the Commuter Club provides additional benefits to continuing ridesharers.

Ventura County


Work in Ventura County? You could be eligible for a variety of benefits associated with ridesharing in addition to the everyday financial savings, reduced stress, and environmental conservation that comes with sharing the ride. Call VCTC Commuter Services at (800) 438-1112 or visit Ventura Rideshare for more information.