Arlington’s Car-Free Diet
Arlington, VA’s site for alternative transportation, including links for carsharing (carpooling).
Developed in 2000 by the Datashare Corporation, this website provides free carpool sharing information, as well as access to software for setting up a carpool website for organizations.
Carpooling with Children
This page is from the North Dakota Department of Motor Vehicle’s website detailing the laws and safety tips for carpooling with children.
EarthShare, founded by its member charities in 1988, is an opportunity for caring employees and workplaces to support hundreds of environmental charities through workplace giving campaigns.
eRideShare is a free service providing travel connections between people, whether they are local commuters or cross-country travelers, in the United States, Canada, and fifteen other countries.
How to Start a Carpool
Fairly self-explanatory, this site delineates the steps involved in starting a carpool, as well as some resources to draw upon.
Green Living Tips
This article describes the benefits of carpooling and supplies some links to world-wide resources.
Mid-America Regional Council
Basic information for people considering carpooling as an option for commuting.
NuRide is a free, sponsor- supported service offering reward to members who use alternative transportation modes like carpooling, vanpooling, bicycling, walking, etc.
A parents’ guide to setting up a carpool.
Northern Virginians and Hampton Roads commuters use this causal carpooling mode of transportation to travel long distances to work.
“TRAFFIX is a cooperative public service designed to promote transportation alternatives” in the Hampton Roads area.
VDOT rules and FAQs for Virginia’s HOV lanes.