Sharing your ride to work—in a carpool, vanpool, bus, train, shuttle or a combination of these—is called ridesharing. Use the links below to learn more about ridesharing opportunities and incentives available in the Reston area.

RideMatching (a service of Commuter Connections and facilitated by LINK)
A regional ride share program offered by the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments. Available to anyone for free, this service will provide a list of carpool and vanpool opportunities convenient for the time and location of your commute.

Guaranteed Ride Home
Guaranteed Ride Home (otherwise known as GRH) provides commuters who regularly (twice a week) carpool, vanpool, bike, walk or take transit to work with a FREE and reliable ride home when one of life’s unexpected emergencies arise (up to four times per year).

Ride Share Programs
Summary and contact information for a variety of regional, federal and local ridesharing programs.

Vanpool Services
Vanpools come in three types: owner-operated vans, third-party vans, and employer-provided vans.  These vanpool services can provide the resources to help you establish your vanpool. 

'Pool Rewards by Commuter Connections
Learn more about this special incentive program available through Commuter Connections designed to encourage current drive alone commuters to start ridesharing in the Washington Metropolitan region.

Commuter Connections
A regional network of transportation organizations coordinated by the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments. If you live or work in the Metropolitan Washington D.C. area, Commuter Connections can provide you with information on all your commute options, so you can make a smart choice about how you travel to work. Commuter Connections also helps employers establish commuting benefits and assistance programs, including telework/telecommute programs, for their employees.

A free membership allows you to post a carpool listing or respond to someone else's listing and join a carpool that is convenient for you.