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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 the cost of operating the van split evenly among the group.


The monthly fee includes: a brand new vehicle, bumper to bumper
maintenance, $1 million insurance policy, 24-hour roadside assistance,
loaner/back-up van, program administration, and 24-hour customer service.
The lease agreement is month-to-month, with no long-term commitment.


How Do You Save?

Vanpooling is ideal for people with longer commutes, with usual distances from work of at least 15 miles one way. The longer your commute, the more economical a Vanpool tends to be. Likewise, the more riders in the van, the less each rider pays, since costs are shared evenly.


For additional information about vanpooling, please contact Jim Cipollone, Florida manager for South Florida Vanpool, at 1-800-VAN-RIDE (826-7433), or visit the South Florida Vanpool website.







South Florida Commuter Services is a program of the Florida Department of Transportation.
For more information, contact Teresa Lane, SFCS Treasure Coast Outreach Coordinator, at, or (772) 812-7940.