- v. present participle of vanpool.
“And for that matter, I can't see how vanpooling is more efficient than walking, or biking.”
“-- Commuter Connections: This network of commuter assistance programs for employers and employees encourages carpooling and vanpooling.”
“Carpooling and vanpooling accounted for about 7 percent of weekly commuting trips, the same share they had at the start of the decade.”
“A lot of people carpooling, vanpooling, coming to show their strength of support here.”
“They will also include linking workers to jobs near child care and transit facilities; trip mapping; carpooling and vanpooling; and guaranteed rides home in emergency situations.”
“You can pull up to $230 a month out of your paycheck, pretax, to cover mass transit, vanpooling and commuter parking.”
“Combs 'efforts have led to an increase in walking, carpooling, vanpooling and compressed work weeks compared with 2007.”
“Developed to promote transportation solutions that save money, boost health, reduce pollution and support community, way2goinfo. org has the latest information on new services like Ithaca Carshare and vanpooling and upcoming services like a Tompkins County guaranteed ride program and a local ride-matching Web site.”
“Enterprise Holdings offers business and retail customers a total transportation solution through a worldwide network of more than 7,600 airport and neighborhood locations as well as local car leasing, vanpooling and car sharing programs.”
“About NuRide, Inc. NuRide is the nation's largest rewards program for individuals who take greener trips, which include carpooling, vanpooling, biking, walking, telecommuting and taking public transportation.”
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