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Employer Services

Good employees are hard to find. Once you find them, how do you keep them?

Each day area employers lose money because their workers arrive at work stressed from driving alone to work. Providing employees with a helpful commuter program is a great way to retain valued employees, increase productivity and expand your labor pool.

Sun Rideshare helps Pima County commuters and your employees with reliable and affordable transportation options.

Who Saves? Your company. Your employees. Your community. See the many benefits of using alternative modes of transportation here.

How can Sun Rideshare help your Company? Take advantage of Sun Rideshare's free Travel Demand Management program, made to ease your employees' commutes and curb your transportation challenges. Sun Rideshare offers:

Marketing Materials
Sun Rideshare offers transit schedules, brochures, bike maps and more.

Outreach Support
Sun Rideshare can host promotional events on-site at your company.

Travel Assistance and Planning

  • Consultations
  • Program planning
  • Implementation assistance

Sun Rideshare Travel Database
The Sun Rideshare Travel Database is an online ride matching database that provides Pima County residents assistance in finding a carpool, vanpool or convenient public transti options.

There are already thousands of people in the Sun Rideshare Travel Database, many of whom are looking to save money by carpooling. Register now and you'll be matched with the best candidates who live and work near you and have similar work hours.

If you already use an alternative mode of transportation, register for Guaranteed Ride Home, log your trips for the Sun Rideshare Rewards Program, or register to get the latest rideshare news and reminders about upcoming events and happenings, all FREE to you!

Please contact Ruth Reiman at or (520) 792-1093 for more information

Transportation Coordinator Spotlight: Kynna Armstrong, GEICO

From auto to homeowners to ATV insurance, GEICO has provided insurance policies since 1936. The company has more than 13 million auto policies (and growing) and insures more than 22 million vehicles.

The Tucson regional office employs more than 1,100 full-time employees. Kynna Armstrong, the company’s  Transportation Coordinator, recognizes that commuting is time consuming and costly, so she encourages employees to participate in the new office carpooling program.

Parking at GEICO is limited, and some employees have to park offsite, either on the street or in a different lot. To incentivize employees to drive less, GEICO has reserved spaces at the front of the building for carpoolers.

Using the Sun Rideshare carpool match program, employees can connect with other employees who either live near each other or along their route to work. To take advantage of the carpool spots, three GEICO employees must be in the carpool.

“We have two spots right now, but there is no limit to the number of spaces as long as there are participants,” Kynna said. GEICO’s Regional Vice President sponsored the initial announcement email, and HR also has sent mass emails to remind employees. More email reminders are planned as they try to reduce the number of cars coming to GEICO. Kynna recognizes that scheduling considerations may make carpooling difficult, but they are working to expand the program.

In addition to the carpool incentive, GEICO has several fliers and information, including public transit maps, in all of its break rooms. The company also provides information about alternative transportation options to all of its new hires.


Upcoming Travel Demand Management Webinar

What is Vanpooling, and How Can We Benefit from It?
June 11, 11 a.m.
Rick MacNeal, Arizona’s vRide Outreach specialist, will explain what vanpooling is, how your employees can benefit, and the logistics of forming and operating a vanpool. Register here.


Past Webinars

TC Training and TRP News Updates
April 16.
This webinar was a  training or a refresher on the Travel Reduction Program  requirements, what resources are available, and how to implement a successful travel reduction program at your work site. This webinar also included information on the summer Blue Skies Campaign to reduce ozone, and a new mobile able that can help your employees get to work faster while also giving them rewards. 

Weren't able to make it? Click here to access the presentation, or see below. 


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