A vanpool is a group of five or more who share their commute in a van, either run by a private company or a local transit agency. The van takes you from a prearranged meeting place to work, school or other destinations. Vanpool routes, rates, updates and rider information can be found at the links below.
Get in on an existing vanpool
Check existing routes to see if they work for your schedule. Some vanpools are full; some have spaces for new riders:
Or start a new route
1. Find a vanpool provider:
- In Clark County and other areas it serves, C-Tran helps commuters start a vanpool using its own vans. Groups of five or more are eligible.
- Enterprise Rideshare Groups of five or more can form a new vanpool. Enterprise can also help you find a seat on an existing vanpool and help you find existing vanpools by your zip code, or start a new one.
- EcoShuttle’s biodiesel commuter vans and buses have Wi-Fi and power ports. It also moves large groups if you’re hosting a special event.
- Cascade West Rideshare, Valley Vanpool can help you find a vanpool that travels in and outside of your region.
2. Find fellow riders, co-workers (including people in nearby businesses) who live near you, or neighbors who work near your work or school destination. Or find potential co-riders at Drive Less. Connect.
3. Choose a spot to meet, such as one of the many TriMet park and ride locations.