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Overview

Three Types of Vanpools:
  • Owner-Operated Vans - An individual leases or purchases a van and operates the van independently. Riders generally meet at a central location and pay the owner a set monthly fee.
     
  • Third-Party Vans - A vanpool "vendor" leases the vanpool vehicle for a monthly fee that includes the vehicle operating cost, insurance, and maintenance. The vendor can contract directly with 1 or more employees. The monthly lease fee is paid by the group of users. Military personnel may also benefit from this vanpooling arrangement.
     
  • Employer-Provided Vans - The employer (or a group of employers) buys or leases vans for employees’ commute use. The employer organizes the vanpool riders and insures and maintains the vehicles. The employer may charge a fee to ride in the van or subsidize the service. Check with your company’s Human Resources Department."

Vanpool Service

Third-Party Van from Anne Arundel County to Washington DC 
Pick-Up Time and Place: 5:35 a.m. Safeway in Severna Park
Pick-Up Time and Place: 5:50 a.m. Route 3 in Crofton
Drop Off Time and Place: 6:40 a.m. (approximately) Constitution and 18th in Washington DC
Drop Off Time and Place: 6:45 a.m. (approximately) Pentagon, Washington DC
Drop Off Time and Place: 6:50 a.m. (approximately) Crystal City, Arlington, Virginia
The van leaves Crystal City at 3:30 p.m. for the afternoon pick-ups and return to Crofton and Severna Park. Contact Name: Vince at  vbfrombuffalo@gmail.com
 

Assistance in Finding Riders

Don't see your vanpool here?  Tell us about it at pzerns49@aacounty.org so that other vanpoolers can add their rides on. Furthermore, if you are not already in a vanpool, and you do not see one on your route listed here, please go to CommuterConnections.org to be matched with others to start a vanpool or carpool.
 

Location

2664 Riva Road
Annapolis, MD 21401

Contact

Tabitha Ernst, Rideshare Coordinator
(410) 222-7762
pzerns49@aacounty.org