By sharing the ride in a carpool, you will save money, enjoy a more relaxing commute and help reduce congestion and pollution in the Montgomery area. Learn more by reviewing the information below or go directly to the online ridematching application to instantly find people with whom you can commute. If you don't have an email address or are having trouble with the online ridematching service, please call (334) 625-2734 or (334) 625-2754. Ask to speak to a CommuteSmart representative and get all your commute questions answered.


Why not add some passengers to your car? You can carpool as frequently as you want and all you need is one or two other people to make it work.

Find answers to commuters' most frequently asked questions about carpooling.
Register with CommuteSmart's ridematching service to easily add or find others to share your commute.
Review the tips and guidelines to get the most out of your carpool arrangement.

Emergency Ride Home

One of the most common reasons people give for not trying alternative forms of transportation is the fear of being stranded at work or unable to get home quickly in an emergency. The Emergency Ride Home program takes the fear out of leaving your car at home. If you are registered as a carpool participant in the CommuteSmart database, you carpool at least three times a week, and the distance between your work and home is 60 miles or less, you are eligible for the Emergency Ride Home program.

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1 Cost per mile include maintenance, insurance, et cetera. AAA reports the current average is .585 as of Dec. 2010.
2 Cost of vanpooling based on the CommuteSmart Vanpool Program Fare Schedule effective April 1, 2008. For more information visit the vanpool page.