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Vanpooling can be a cost-saving option for larger groups of commuters. Valley Metro provides clearly marked vans to qualifying groups of 6-15 commuters, driven by one of the vanpool members. Passengers share the cost of operating the van by paying a monthly fee for gas, insurance, and vehicle maintenance costs. Vanpool members may be eligible for special commuter tax benefits.
For the Safety and Security of All Vanpool Passengers, We Request That You Follow These Policies:
Smoking of any products, including electronic cigarettes, is not allowed on the van.
Caustic or flammable materials are not allowed on the van.
Service animals trained to assist persons with disabilities are welcome. Other pets must be kept in a secured carrier.
Beverages must be in a closed, spill-proof container such as a commuter cup or sports bottle.
If you are interested in establishing a new vanpool group, our Vanpool Forming form can be posted in your workplace.
Are you currently a vanpool driver and need to fill empty seats and ensure the groups longevity? Review our Vanpool Riders Wanted form.
In the event that you need a guaranteed ride home, make sure you download, complete and submit the Vanpool GRH Form.