MetroPool is proud to be designated one of the U.S’ Best Workplaces for Commuters by the EPA. The award recognizes employers that are leaders in offering and promoting commuter benefits to their employees.
The cost of commuting keeps rising. Here's a sample comparison of commute costs in New York for a 55-mile round trip. Estimates are based on a 21-day work month, and the IRS mileage allowance of 55˘ mile (includes gas, maintenance, wear and tear, insurance, etc.).
More park & ride lots? That's what New York commuters have
been requesting. So we've responded with new lots to make
your commute easier. Read
here to view information for the New Fairfield-Southeast
Shuttle and Park & Ride Lot at Temple Beth Elohim.
The stimulus bill nearly doubles the pre-tax amount commuters
can save on the cost of using public transit or vanpooling
to $230/month from $120/month,
Commuters also can deduct $240 per month for eligible commuter
parking through their employer program. Read
MTA Metro-North reported historic ridership levels exceeding
84 million rides for a 3.9% increase in 2008, the railroad's
25th anniversary year. An added bonus? A 97.5% on-time performance.