Enterprise Rideshare Expands Vanpooling Services

Logo courtesy of Enterprise.
Logo courtesy of Enterprise.

Enterprise Rideshare, a carpooling and vanpooling service of Enterprise Rent-A-Car, has partnered with the Community Transportation Association of America (CTAA) to expand vanpool programs across the country. The announcement was made at the 2015 CTAA Expo.

The partnership between Enterprise Rideshare and CTAA is a component of CTAA’s Vanpool Works program, an effort to provide organizations with the resources to start up or expand a vanpool program.

“As communities and their needs change, so should our approach to transportation,” said Ryan Johnson, vice president overseeing Enterprise Rideshare as well as Enterprise CarShare and Zimride by Enterprise. “The vanpool development assistance offered through our partnership with CTAA will provide communities with convenient, sustainable transportation solutions for commuters.”

Enterprise Rideshare shares best practices for vanpooling in all 50 states, according to the company.

“Vanpooling is one of the most cost-effective transportation alternatives available today, and many communities could benefit from the expansion of these programs,” said Dale J. Marsico, director of CTAA. “Our partnership with Enterprise Rideshare will make the development of vanpool services easy, scalable and affordable for community and public transportation agencies of all sizes.”

For more information, visit www.enterpriserideshare.com.

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