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“NM Go!” expands and enhances regional transportation options by providing a flexible public transportation alternative to commuters who are not currently served by fixed route service, those working outside of fixed route schedules or those with longer commutes – typically exceeding 20 miles each way.

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Enterprise Vanpool Launches in South Carolina

According to 2014 U.S. Department of Transportation Bureau of Transportation Statistics data, commuter vanpools are one of the safest modes of public transportation when compared to motor bus, light rail, heavy rail, commuter rail, and demand-response services.

Enterprise Relaunches Rideshare Service

Enterprise's commuting programs typically consist of four to 15 coworkers who meet at a central location to board a newer van or SUV — sometimes equipped with Wi-Fi, GPS, and satellite radio — and travel to and from work together.

DC Council Raises Taxes on Ride-Hailing

Increasing the tax on ride-hailing group’s gross receipts from 1% to 6% is part of the Council’s plan to raise $178.5 million in funding for public transportation — D.C.’s share of the overall $500 million funding effort.

Google's Waze Carpool Service Expands in Calif.

Alphabet's mapping and navigation app, Waze, will launch its carpooling service in southern California on June 6 in an expansion of the service that's now available in northern California and Israel.