The Atlanta Transit Link Authority vanpool program operated by  COMMUTE with Enterprise, offers assistance to commuters who live and work within the 13 metro-counties. For commuters, vanpooling provides a low cost, convenient, reduced stress commute. Currently, The ATL provides a regional vanpool subsidy to covers 40% of vanpool expenses**.

What is a Vanpool?

A vanpool functions like a large scale carpool. Groups of 5 or more commuters meet at a central location, use a commuter highway vehicle to get back and forth to work, and commuters share in the driving responsibilities. Vanpools vary in type based on the number of vanpool participants. Crossover SUVs, mini-vans, and Large passenger vans have been added to the fleet.

• Convenient: Vanpool members decide on a flexible route and schedule. For convenience, many passengers meet at centralized Park and Rides in Atlanta Metro.

• Affordable: Vanpooling means no wear and tear on your car, saving on gas, maintenance as well as qualifying for possible discounts on auto insurance.

• Reduces Stress: Vanpool members reduce stress just by sharing the driving with other members. Additionally, traveling in groups enhances personal safety.

• Some Employers offer commuter benefits that could offset the costs.

The ATL’s vanpool program in cooperation with COMMUTE with Enterprise qualify for the Guaranteed Ride Home Program provided by Georgia Commute Options a program of the Atlanta Regional Commission. This program ensures that you are never left without a ride home.  If you have to leave early or stay late, you will have a ride.

For Information:

If you are looking for information regarding vanpooling through COMMUTE with Enterprise, please contact

Jalisa Brown
Account Executive
[email protected]