Get There Oregon and partners across Oregon are ready to equip you with free resources, tools, and expert consultations to help you take your employee commute experience to the next level. Use the resources below to power up your employee experience, boost productivity, reduce costs, and recruit and retain top talent.

Out of the box and ready to use, you can share Get There Connect with your employees to help them find and use transportation options.

With Get There Connect, your employees can:

  • Explore and tap into commute options—transit, carpooling, vanpooling, biking, and walking
  • Find others going their way and share the ride in a carpool or vanpool.
  • Track stats like money saved, calories burned, and reduced carbon emissions.
  • Join challenges and earn local rewards, as available.

If you have employees who work in Oregon, your workplace can sign up for a free, custom employer network with Get There Oregon. Organizations of all sizes and types (e.g., for profit, nonprofit, state agencies, etc.) can start one. Employer Networks allow employers to offer commuter incentives and host challenges, plus track your organization’s savings and carbon emissions reductions.

Contact [email protected] to set up a free network for your organization.

Get There Oregon and their partners have provided a series of trainings aimed at network managers to help take your employee commute experience to the next level.

Intro to Get There Connect

Take a tour and watch a demo of the Get There Connect management dashboard and learn ways to engage your network members and support them using the tool.

Get There Oregon’s partners can help employers access local resources and provide one-on-one consultation to create and grow employee commute programs. To get started, contact us at [email protected], and we will connect you with a local partner in your area.

The toolkits below are intended for employers interested in supporting employee commute options and remote work.

Employee Transportation Coordinator Toolkit

The Employee Transportation Coordinator’s Toolkit provides guidance and support to employers interested in creating a transportation options program at their workplace.


Hybrid and Remote Work Toolkit

Many organizations rapidly shifted to remote work due to the COVID-19 pandemic. After seeing remote work benefits, including increased productivity and job satisfaction among employees, companies are now looking to make hybrid remote work long-term and company-wide.

Employers can use this toolkit to establish a foundation for effective teamwork and continued productivity in a remote work environment, provide tips for employees, and create formal policies and agreements.


Vanpool Coordination Handbook

Whether you are a current vanpool coordinator or have interest in becoming one, this handbook provides you with helpful tips for starting, joining, and managing a successful vanpool.


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