Shuttles provide job access to and from area train stations or other areas designated by an employer, increases community mobility and reduces congestion in the most heavily traveled areas in the region.
With over two decades of shuttle management experience, GVF works with Fortune 500 companies, universities, national parks and local government to set up and manage shuttle systems for employers and residents.
RideECO is the commuter benefit program. ECO means Easy Commute Options that can save you time and money. RideECO allows employers and commuters to save by putting pre-tax dollars towards fares on many modes of alternative transportation.
PDF Brochure: http://www.rideeco.org/Content/Documents/RideECO-Brochure.pdf
EMERGENCY RIDE HOME PROGRAM
The Emergency Ride Home service is a "safety net" for commuters working in southeastern PA who use alternative transportation options. In the event of an unexpected emergency a registered commuter is provided with a free ride to either their home, car or to the place of the emergency. To sign up for the Emergency Ride Home Program click here.
reduce commuting stress
STARTING A SHUTTLE
GVF develops the route and schedule to meet the commuting needs of its employees and/or residential population. If your employer is interested in starting a shuttle, contact Ashley Nuckles today. To view GVF’s shuttle management profile, click here.
UMT Rambler page: http://www.umtownship.org/index.aspx?NID=245
Rambler Schedule: http://www.gvftma.com/sustainability/pdf/FINAL_Rambler_Brochure_September_2016.pdf
Schedule page: https://connectkop.com/transit-options/theconnector-2/
Actual schedule: https://connectkop.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/5.31.17-TheConnector-Schedule_REDUCED.pdf