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WHAT IS A VANPOOL?

A vanpool is a group of 5 to 15 people who have similar schedules and worksite locations and share their commute to and from work or school at the same time each day in a vanpool van. Island Transit Vanpools must begin or end in Island County.

A few people share the driving responsibilities rotating daily or weekly, it's up to the driver's. Use the HOV lanes to save time and the Toll lanes will save commute time and money! 

You get to celebrate the difference you’re making – dollars saved, commuter miles eliminated, emissions reduced and parking spaces freed up by calendaring your commutes on RideshareOnline.com. You can generate monthly, 6 month and All Time use reports to see the savings!

If you believe you meet this criteria, call 360-678-7771, or view the Vanpool sub pages in the ADDITIONAL SERVICES page of this website for detailed information.

Calculate your commute costs. How much are your spending driving your car!
Commute Cost Calculator


Washington State Ferry's Rideshare Program

Ferry Perks for Vanpools and Carpools:

Sharing the ride during your commute benefits you in two ways: money saved in gas and time saved in ferry lines. WSF gives preferential loading on specified sailings for registered Vanpools and Carpools.

WSF HOV Permit Program

 


 

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19758 SR 20
Coupeville, WA 98239
1(800) 240-8747
(360) 678-7771
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Sat: 7:30AM-6:30PM
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