What is a Carpool?
Carpools are a simple and effective alternative to driving alone to work each day. In a Carpool, two or more people who live and work near each other share rides on a regular basis. The arrangements vary, but the opportunities are the same—lower commuting expenses, less wear and tear on your vehicle, a break from driving for the passenger and fewer cars on the road.
Not ready but considering joining a Carpool in the near future and want to learn more?
Carpooling is among the easiest and most flexible ways to share a ride to work. It can make a long commute interesting, enjoyable, and affordable.
Save money by sharing travel expenses.
Read, sleep or work during your commute (except the driver).
Travel in HOV lanes (where available).
Reduce pollution due to auto emissions.
Rely on the Commuter Connections Guaranteed Ride Home in the event of an emergency.
Earn a Reward
To avoid paying tolls on I-66, begin trying an alternative way, such as Carpooling. Start a new Carpool and each participant (driver and passenger(s)) will receive a $100 gasoline card.
- Must travel through the I-66 Inside the Beltway corridor
- Must currently be driving alone to work
- Complete the registration process as noted on this website
- Register with Commuter Connections