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Vanpooling. Vanpooling in the US 36 Corridor. Louisville-based nonprofit organization founded in 1998. Mission: Enhance the mobility of commuters along the US 36 corridor for today and the future. Transportation Management Organization (TMO) for the US 36 corridor. Our Members:.

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Vanpooling

Vanpooling

Vanpooling in the

US 36 Corridor


Vanpooling

  • Louisville-based nonprofit organization founded in 1998

  • Mission: Enhance the mobility of commuters along the US 36 corridor for today and the future

  • Transportation Management Organization (TMO) for the US 36 corridor


Our members

Our Members:

  • Government

    Boulder, Boulder County, Longmont, Louisville, Superior, Broomfield, Westminster, CU Boulder, Rocky Mountain Metro. Airport

Colorado

Technology Center

  • 65 Businesses from along the corridor


How does vanpooling work

How Does Vanpooling Work?

  • 5-15 people share a ride to and from work, splitting the cost (van fare and fuel)

  • Group decides meeting point, route, times, schedule, and type of van

  • Each van has a primary coordinator

  • Minimum of two volunteer alternate drivers


What does vanpooling include

What Does Vanpooling Include?

  • Wide array of vehicles

  • 30 day agreements

  • Fuel card purchasing

  • Comprehensive insurance

  • Maintenance & Repairs

  • Driver qualification & safety training

  • 24-hour roadside assistance

  • Guaranteed Ride Home

  • Excellent customer service


Cost of vanpooling

Cost of Vanpooling

  • What determines the cost?

  • Pricing varies depending on the trip

  • Costs are subsidized when commuting within the RTD District


Vanpool cost breakdown

Vanpool Cost Breakdown

  • Example Pricing: Denver to Broomfield

  • Daily round trip miles: 32

  • Estimated monthly miles: 704 (32x22)

  • Monthly mileage allowance: 750

  • Van cost: $942 + Fuel card $110 = $1052

  • $1052/riders =

  • 5 riders = $210.40 ea   

  • 6 riders = $175.33 ea        

  • 7 riders = $150.29 ea


Available vanpool incentives

Available Vanpool Incentives

  • Example Pricing: Denver to Broomfield

  • Vanpool cost: $1052

  • $1052 – 60% DRCOG subsidy ($615) = $437

  • 5 riders = $88 ea   

  • 6 riders = $73 ea        

  • 7 riders = $63 ea

  • $437/riders =


Available vanpool incentives1

Available Vanpool Incentives

  • Example Pricing: Denver to Broomfield

  • 36 Commuting Solutions offers 3-month subsidy for new riders

    • 50% off first month

    • 30% off second month

    • 20% off third month

    • Cost after 36 Commuting Solutions 1st month subsidy:

  • 5 riders = $38 ea   

  • 6 riders = $23 ea        

  • 7 riders = $13 ea


Vanpooling saves

Vanpooling Saves

  • Commuting expense

  • Gasoline

  • Traffic congestion

  • Parking constraints

  • Vehicle emissions

  • Commute stress


Vans with open seats

Vans with Open Seats

  • Longmont to Boulder

    • Destination: 2525 13th St.

    • Number of seats: 4

  • Ft. Collins to Boulder

    • Destination: 6300 Diagonal Hwy

    • Number of seats: 1


Questions

Questions?


Contact information

Contact Information

Tim Kitchell

Commuting Solutions Marketing & Education Specialist

[email protected]

303-604-4385

36commutingsolutions.org

Vride.com


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