What is Carpooling? The basic definition: when two or more people ride together in the same vehicle to commute to work..
What is Vanpooling? A vanpool is made up of five to fifteen people who commute together in a passenger van. One or more members of the group volunteers to drive with each rider sharing the cost of operating the van.
Leave the driving to somebody else! For many commuters, transit is the transportation of choice; for others it's the ideal back-up. What is Transit? Transit provides economical, dependable transportation to a variety of destinations using buses and trains. Transit works well for commuters on a regular schedule, who live or work near a transit stop, and who enjoy a short walk on one or both ends of the trip.
In the time we already spend getting to work, we can get the exercise we ne/admin/pages/edit/7ed, but "don't have time for." Commuting to work by bike or for neighborhood errands is a great way to get fit and stay healthy. Combined with transit, cycling can also be part of a commute over longer distances. Besides having fun and getting healthier, you'll be improving the air quality and reducing traffic congestion. The bicycle is the most energy-efficient form of travel ever devised -- so you'll be reducing energy use and the dependence on fossil fuels.
Sometimes the most convenient place to meet your carpool, vanpool or bus is a Park & Ride lot. Located along key routes for easy access, most parking at the lots is free. Click on your county of interest below to locate Park & Ride locations, and view details about each.
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South Florida Commuter Services (SFCS) partners with colleges and universities in South Florida to help students, faculty, and staff find alternatives to driving alone. Use the following links to access transportation websites we have developed with our partners.
This section of the South Florida Commuter Services (SFCS) website will allow you to register and renew for SFCS programs and services. Whether you are a first time user registering for one of SFCS programs and services
Use the links below to find out what’s happening on South Florida roadways: