What is a Vanpool?
Vanpools are a convenient, reliable and cost-effective choice for those who live 15 or more miles from work and maintain a consistent schedule. Similar to Carpools, Vanpool members travel together in one vehicle. Rather than driving personal vehicles, members share the expense of a leased commuter van, minivan or SUV. Vanpools can begin with as few as four commuters.
Not ready but considering joining a Vanpool in the near future and want to learn more?
A Vanpool is almost like having a reserved seat on a transit route designed to fit your needs.
Plan your route and schedule.
Identify drivers from within your group.
Define any rules or courtesies for your group.
Save money by sharing travel expenses.
Leave personal vehicles at home or at park and ride lots.
Can earn up to $400 a month per Vanpool from Virginia Vanpool Alliance.
Earn a Reward
To avoid paying tolls on I-66, begin trying an alternative way, such as Vanpooling. Start a new Vanpool and Loudoun County Commuter Services will pay $500 towards your expenses for the first three months of operation.
- 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
- Provide Loudoun County Commuter Services with your Vanpool ID Number given to you by your Vanpool provider
- Register for the Guaranteed Ride Home Program (GRH) with Commuter Connections