The website heading Share the Ride has information for transit subsidies (the Platinum Pass program), carpooling and vanpooling options, and information for biking and walking. Some worksite locations have electric vehicle charging stations (EVCSs) for employees who drive electric vehicles (charges apply).

If you use an alternate mode at least twice a week (transit, carpool, telework, bike, walk, vanpool, compressed work week), you are eligible for Commuter Club membership powered by RideAmigos. There is no cost to join. Membership is available to State of Arizona employees in Maricopa County (non-university). Benefits include an emergency ride home from work through Lyft, trip planning options on the RideAmigos dashboard, trip logging to track money and pollution saved, and opportunities to win prizes! Please visit the Commuter Club page to learn more. 

The primary benefit of Commuter Club is to offer employees who use alternate modes of transportation an emergency ride home (ERH), up to twice per fiscal year, for unexpected emergencies. Examples of qualifying emergencies include medical emergency, family medical emergency or the commuter’s carpool driver unexpectedly left early. ERH will return the employee to their car or their home. Please note: you must have a Lyft account to self-dispatch the ERH; Capitol Rideshare provides a voucher credit to pay for up to $50 for an emergency ride. Please visit the Commuter Club page to learn more about this service.