Carpool

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Carpool

An arrangement in which two or more people share a vehicle for transportation.
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To learn about Esurance's Carpooler of the Week, visit http://www.
Some of those include: using energy efficient lighting and ventilation; making it easy for people to find, enter and exit garages to reduce unnecessary carbon emissions; and providing a hub for cyclists, commuters, carpoolers, ride-sharers, walkers and mass transit users.
The strategic aim of CHUMS is simple to attract carpoolers, match them and retain them , to keep the numbers rising, and to develop and transfer this proven practice to generate a core sustainable market for carpooling across Europe, so that it becomes a habitual way to travel and a recognised mobility mode for transport planning.
After opening more than a year ago, 1-495's new express lanes are improving travel with a new array of choices for drivers, buses, and carpoolers.
GoVeho's unique social networking platform allows users to connect to and arrange rides with other would-be carpoolers.
Create select High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area into High Occupancy Toll (HOV/HOT) lanes, where carpoolers continue to drive for free but other drivers could choose to drive in the HOV lanes for a toll.
Carpoolers can still access the lanes for free, and their vehicles are the only ones allowed to use the lanes during the busiest times.
One thing you have to tip the hat to the Rays to: They will continue to the policy of allowing fans to bring food and select beverages into the ballpark and free parking for carpoolers.
Under consideration -- Reserved parking for carpoolers or those driving a hybrid.
The 10-mile car-pool lane itself is designed to allow a seamless commute for carpoolers, vanpoolers, buses and hybrid drivers heading north from Orange County.
On the surface, Egypt Carpoolers, a virtual tool introducing Egypt to the concept of carpooling, is a way to combat the chronic traffic problem.