Share The Ride NC – Free Signup to Website for Car Pool Transportation

sharetheridencShareTheRideNC is a statewide website that was created to help form carpools and vanpools. It is provided free of charge in support of the effort to improve air quality.

Download a presentation by local Kerr Tar COG Mobility Manager Alfred Cassidy here:  Rideshare presentation.pdf

Funding is secured by the NCDOT and these agencies:

Kerr Tar Regional Council of Governments (COG): One of 17 regional planning and development organizations in North Carolina that help local governments identify and meet needs that improve the quality of life.  KT COG collaborates with local governments, businesses, non-profits, and citizens to plan and develop programs and services for youth and seniors, administer community development block grants, coordinate transportation planning, assist land use planning, develop workforce training and opportunities, promote regional natural resource conservation.  Member governments include Franklin, Granville, Person, Vance, Warren Counties and their municipalities.

Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS): Managed by the Public Transit Department of the City of Charlotte, CATS operates local and express buses, neighborhood shuttles, vanpools and carpools, and specialized transportation services for special needs customers. CATS also has a state-of-the-art rapid transit system which integrates bus and light rail into a comprehensive public transportation network.

GoTriangle: A partnership of public transit agencies and organizations funded to promote commuter benefits in the Triangle. The GoTriangle Regional Call Center (919-485-RIDE) and help people find more sustainable ways to get around — transit, carpool, biking and more!

Piedmont Authority for Regional Transportation (PART): Provides connections between major cities and 10  counties (Alamance, Davidson, Davie, Forsyth, Guilford, Randolph, Rockingham, Stokes, Surry, and Yadkin) in the Piedmont Triad region.  Riders can call 800-588-7787 to learn more about express buses, shuttles, vanpools, carpools and various TDM resources.

WavePool: Wilmington’s regional Transportation Demand Management (TDM) program. The goal of the program is to develop and promote a range of transportation choices for the Wilmington region’s citizens and visitors.