If you’re starting to work more frequently on campus and are re-thinking your commute, vanpooling might be a good option for you. Vanpooling can help you save on gas, reduce other out-of-pocket expenses, and can save you time.
We’ve partnered with Commute with Enterprise to offer several virtual informational meetings. There’s no obligation, however it’s a great chance to learn more about vanpooling and to connect with others that might also be interested.
While undergrads are eligible to join a vanpool, the majority of a vanpool group should be made up of faculty, staff or grad students that commute on a regular schedule and who can share in driving responsibilities. Drivers must be at least 25 years of age.
|Thursday, February 16||12pm-1pm||Rancho Cucamonga/Alta Loma area residents|
|Thursday, February 23||12pm-1pm||Long Beach/Seal Beach/Signal Hill area residents|
|Friday, February 24||9am-10am||General – All Cities|
|Thursday, March 2||12pm-1pm||Hemet/San Jacinto area residents|
|Thursday, March 9||12pm-1pm||Chino Hills residents|
|Thursday, March 16||12pm-1pm||San Bernardino residents|
|Thursday, March 23||12pm-1pm||Chino residents|
|Friday, March 24||9am-10am||General – All Cities|
|Friday, April 21||12pm-1pm||General – All Cities|
|Friday, May 19||12pm-1pm||General – All Cities|
Zoom Meeting details:
Meeting ID: 823 8426 0719
For further information, please contact TAPS at firstname.lastname@example.org.