TERMS OF USE

Commuter Connections Terms of Use  The goal of this Web site is to provide state-of-the-art tools, information and services for various commuter and employer programs designed to mitigate congestion and provide commuting alternatives. The Terms of Use spell out what you can expect from us and what we expect from you. By accessing any areas of CommuterConnections.org and/or CommuterConnections.com, users (“Users”) agree to be legally bound and to abide by the terms set forth below. CommuterConnections.org/.com is owned and operated by Commuter Connections and the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (“MWCOG”). Any references herein to CommuterConnections.org/.com shall be deemed to refer to Commuter Connections, as applicable under…

ORDER BROCHURES

Order Brochures Order up to 300 of each different brochure. Printable PDF Versions Commuter Connections – Brochure The Commuter Connections Brochure briefly outlines all the services offered by Commuter Connections that are available to employees and employers. Programs outlined in the brochure include Carpool/Vanpooling Ridematching, Guaranteed Ride Home, Public Transit, Park & Ride Lots, High-Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) Lanes, Bicycle to Work, Telework, Flextime/Compressed Work Schedules, and SmartTrip and Metrochek information.  Commuter Connections Ridesharing Program – Brochure The Commuter Connections Ridesharing Program Brochure is the go-to source for Ridesharing information. The brochure contains a wealth of information about Ridesharing including the…

GRH PARTICIPATION GUIDELINES

Participation Guidelines WASHINGTON/BALTIMORE METROPOLITAN AREA  GUARANTEED RIDE HOME PROGRAM  PARTICIPATION GUIDELINES  Guidelines are subject to change without notice. Call 1-800-745-7433 or visit www.commuterconnections.org for current Participation Guidelines. Commuters must be officially registered with Commuter Connections before using the Guaranteed Ride Home service. However, commuters who have not been officially registered may use the GRH service one time, providing they meet all other eligibility criteria. This is referred to as a “one-time exception.” Any commuter granted a one-time exception must officially register before additional trips are granted. Commuters must provide the supervisor name and phone number and at least two (2) phone numbers…

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