Vanpooling is a formal arrangement, and is only possible because of a few regional programs:  Way to Go (Denver Metro), VanGo (Fort Collins), and MetroRides (Colorado Springs).

These three vanpool programs provide vanpoolers with a vehicle, which is insured and maintained by the program.  Vanpoolers then pay a monthly fare.  While the price that vanpoolers pay will vary based on their route and mileage, vanpoolers who travel at least 15 miles to get to work always save money compared to the costs of just carpooling.

Interested in an estimate?  Contact Catherine with Smart Commute.


Look for a vanpool:  There are hundreds of vanpools already on the road, and you can search for a vanpool for your commute using a one-stop-shop for regional commute information called My Way to Go.  You can quickly see if you have a vanpool route for your commute, or if you have a carpool partner in the system, or a transit route you could use.

Form a new vanpool group:  If you have 4-5 commuters who share a similar commute, you can form a vanpool – contact us to get a quote.


>>See all the operating vanpools in the Denver metro on one map, including vanpools from VanGo (Fort Collins), Way to Go, and Metro Rides (Colorado Springs).<<