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Rethink Your Commute. Try Transit.
Use Caltrain, BART, or Ferry to get to San Mateo County.
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Rethink Your Commute. Ride a Bike.
Ride a bike for part or all of your commute.
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Rethink Your Commute.
Catch up on work or grab a nap on your way.
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Rethink Your Commute. Share a Ride.
Carpool to work and mid-day meetings.
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Log Your Trips and Be Rewarded.
Be a part of the solution because your commute counts.
Is a Commuter shuttle right for you?
If BART or Caltrain cannot get you all the way to your final destination, one of our commuter shuttles may be just the answer you are looking for.
Here is why:
- Shuttles are convenient for commuters
- Many shuttles meet employees at the BART or Caltrain station and take them virtually to the front door of their place of work in San Mateo County
- Shuttle routes are typically shorter than bus transportation routes
- You can sit back and relax on the way to and from work
There are dozens of shuttles sponsored by Commute.org, SamTrans, BART and Caltrain that can also get you where you need to go in San Mateo County. Click on the link below to see a full list (including shuttles managed by Commute.org):
How does Commute.org offer this service?
Commute.org is proud of the unique coalition of private businesses and government agencies that provides the funding for this invaluable service. Participants include the San Mateo County Transit District (SamTrans), the Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board (JPB), and the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD).
Could your business benefit from shuttle service?
Commute.org serves as a broker between cities and interested employers, providing everything from management to marketing, to help create successful shuttle programs.
Learn more about creating a shuttle program as an employee benefit for your company at the Commute.org Shuttle Program page.