There are many resources and incentives available to help employers implement clean air commute programs.

Resources consolidates Bay Area transportation information into a one-stop resource. Each county also provides its own employee commute resources. Information about these programs and incentives grouped by county can be found at STA Commute Tips.

Public Transit

  • Bus, rail, and ferry information
  • Trip planning, schedules, route maps and fare information for all agencies
  • Accessibility and seniors, including discount card details 
  • Transit Tracker: A custom list of real-time departure times for individual use or for employers and building visitors


  • BikeMapper: a bicycle trip planner
  • Bikes on transit and bridges
  • Parking racks and locker information
  • Free workshops on bike routes, bike safety, and maintenance


A flexible, convenient, and affordable way for your employees to travel. If they commute over Bay Area bridges, they may be able to cross for a reduced rate and travel free in express lanes.

  • HOV lane information 
  • Locations of Park & Ride lots
  • Ride-matching services: Check out the list to determine which options best fit your employees’ needs
  • Promotions offered by 511, such as gift cards to local stores, cafes, and performances


A convenient and economical way to travel, especially for employees with long commutes. Typically, vanpools have 7-15 passengers, including the driver. The vehicle may be owned or leased.

  • Start a vanpool
  • Join an existing vanpool
  • Take advantage of free bridge tolls

Employer Resources 

Promote commute alternatives to your employees using 511’s materials. Get help implementing trip reduction strategies such as transit benefits, compressed work weeks, telecommuting, and shuttles.

Worksite Events

Request a 511 transportation expert to speak at your company's health and benefits fairs about commute options.

Commute information

Register your business to stay up-to-date on commuting-related news from 511.

Utility Buttons

  • Email This Page
  • Share Share