CommuterChoice.com Home Employer Resources Commuter Resources CommuterChoice.com Homepage Frequently Asked Questions About Us Resources and Links
Search for New York Providers Regional Information Transit Information Bicycle and Walking Information Telework Information Guaranteed Ride Home Commute Tools Carsharing Additional Resources Additional Resources
 

Regional Commute Information

For a comprehensive look at rideshare, telecommuting, and bicycling services and information for the greater New York - New Jersey area, view these contacts:

  • Long Island Transportation Management, Inc., (877) 4-COMMUTE, assists employers and the general public within Nassau and Suffolk Counties in finding alternatives to drive-alone commuting.
  • TransOptions, Inc., (973) 267-7600, provides extensive commuter options to those commuting into northwest New Jersey (Morris, Sussex, and Warren Counties, and, parts of Essex, Passaic, and Union Counties).
  • MetroPool, (800) FIND-RIDE, provides commuter services to individuals living and/or working within and through Fairfield County, Connecticut, and Westchester, Rockland, Orange, Dutchess, Putnam, and Ulster Counties in New York.
  • Commuter Link, (866) NY-COMMUTE, provides commuter services to people who work in any of New York's 5 boroughs.
  • The Hudson Transportation Management Association, (201) 432-2200, provides ridematching services to those living and/or working in Hudson County.
  • Additional Transportation Management Associations exist within New Jersey. The Transportation Management Association of New Jersey's website contains links to TMAs in New Jersey. Each TMA offers comprehensive rideshare services to residents and employees within their jurisdiction.

Regional | Transit | Bike/Walk | Telework | RideHome | Car Share | Tools | Resources

Libraries & Directories Logo © 2010 Commuter Choice.com : All Rights Reserved

This website was orginally developed by Managerial Technologies Corporation (MTC) as a project supported by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), US DOT Federal Highway Administration and the Association for Commuter Transportation (ACT).

After the government funding expired, Libraries and Directories, Inc assumed the full operational burden of maintaining the site because of the belief that the best way to address oil consumption is through conservation.
The Transportation Library Logo
Transportation Experts Logo