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Anne Arundel County's Transportation is the recipient of state ridesharing funds that are provided by the Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) to promote ridesharing activities to reduce the number of vehicles on the highway.

Register to Rideshare

Almost half of our residents commute outside Anne Arundel County on a daily basis and chances are that one of your neighbors has a similar travel pattern. Your local Rideshare Coordinator can provide you with a list of people who you can rideshare with and can also suggest public transportation alternatives. 
Register to Rideshare on Commuter Connections and start reaping the following benefits:
  • Lower gas, insurance, parking, and maintenance expenses
  • Shorter commute time by taking an HOV lane
  • Less stress and more time to relax while not driving
  • Improved air quality
  • Decreased congestion
  • Guaranteed Ride Home
In addition to carpooling and vanpooling, Rideshare supports biking and walking and the use of public transit to work.  The health and money-saving benefits of these options are bountiful.
Haven't tried this before?  Test it out in our Bike To Work Day on May 18, 2018.


2664 Riva Road
Annapolis, MD 21401


Tabitha Ernst, Rideshare Coordinator
(410) 222-7762