Community Transit's Vanpool program makes getting to work easy, reliable and affordable. We provide the van and you provide the community.
Note: The video above does not reflect the most current Vanpool requirements. As of August 1, 2022, Community Transit is lowering the ridership minimum to 3 people per vanpool. Also, if your vanpool is commuting three days a week or fewer, you may now purchase a 3-day fare beginning on Aug. 1.
Community Transit’s Vanpool program provides safe, reliable vans so groups can commute together to save time, money and the planet. One low monthly fare covers all expenses needed to keep your van on the road, including gas, maintenance and insurance.
To qualify for a Community Transit Vanpool, your commute must start or end at a location within Snohomish County, Washington State.
Many factors determine the monthly fare Vanpool riders pay, such as the number of passengers in your van and how long your commute is. Learn more about how Vanpool fares work.
Vanpool makes getting to work easy, reliable and affordable. Form your own community and share the commute safely, with flexible options and a monthly rate that covers all vehicle costs.
Whether you want to join a current Vanpool, start a new one, or just learn more about your options, we can help you get started.