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    Log Your Trips and Be Rewarded.

    Be a part of the solution because your commute counts.

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    Rethink Your Commute.

    Ride a Commute.org shuttle to or from transit.

  • Slide - Try Transit

    Rethink Your Commute. Try Transit.

    Use Caltrain, BART, or Ferry to get to San Mateo County.

  • Slide - Bike

    Rethink Your Commute. Ride a Bike.

    Ride a bike for part or all of your commute.

  • Slide - Train

    Rethink Your Commute.

    Catch up on work or grab a nap on your way.

  • Slide - Traffic

    Rethink Your Commute.

    Who wants to deal with the hassles of traffic?

     

The New Commute.org Website – Built for Commuters

We asked local commuters like you what content and features they want to see on Commute.org. After months of research and preparation, we responded with an entirely new site.

The new Commute.org website is streamlined, intuitive, and now provides phone and tablet users with a quicker and easier mobile-friendly resource.

The site is also packed with commuter-driven features, including a highly requested shuttle tracking service. The “Where’s my shuttle?” page uses real-time GPS data to track each of Commute.org’s 21 shuttles.

Other helpful features include:

  • Quick access to important rider alerts and the shuttle tracker from the homepage
  • Google trip planner to guide your transit journey step-by-step
  • Carpool calculator to see your cost and GHG-savings when you choose carpooling

Our mission is to improve the commute for people who travel to, through, or from San Mateo County. We hope it’s now easier than ever for you to find what you’re looking for at www.commute.org. Our staff has conducted extensive testing to ensure the new website meets the needs of the 10,000+ people who visit the site each month.

Please let us know what you think. If you have any comments regarding our new website, email us at alliance@commute.org or connect on Twitter @SMCountyCommute.

Another Record Year

We are proud to announce the release of our annual report for the fiscal year that ended on June 30, 2016. The report can be viewed or downloaded by clicking on the image below.

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Please let us know what you think. If you have any comments regarding our annual report, email us at alliance@commute.org or connect on Twitter @SMCountyCommute.

New Video Encourages Commuters to Rethink Their Commute

The team at Commute.org invites you to watch our short video that encourages people who commute to, from or through San Mateo County to use alternatives to get to and from work.
Please share the video with your colleagues and family members. Even using an alternative once a week makes a difference!

Together We Made a Difference

The 2017 Commuter Challenge was a big success not only for the environment, but also for the commuters that participated. Dozens of participants won prizes during the challenge simply by using alternative commute modes and logging their trips in the STAR Platform. The press release and full results can be viewed by clicking on the image below.

Please let us know what you think. If you have any comments regarding the 2017 Commuter Challenge, email us at support@commute.org or connect on Twitter @SMCountyCommute.

New Video Encourages Foster City Residents to Consider Alternative Transportation

The City of Foster City announces the video release of "Foster City Alternative Transportation." This video spotlights the many modes of transportation available to everyone.
 
Please share the video with your colleagues and family members. Even using an alternative once a week makes a difference!