These are the stories of real Intercity Transit Vanpool riders. In the following videos, you'll hear how vanpooling has benefited each of them. When you're ready to get started, call us at 360-786-8800. We'll help you every step of the way.



Vanpooling offers Malika "me" time before and after work, which is important to this busy Mom. She's also able to save money that she'll use to buy her family their dream home. What are you saving for?



Rebecca enjoys vanpooling because she gets to spend time with her friends and helps the environment. Most of all, though, she loves using the roughly $4,000 a year she saves in commute costs to travel to see her grandchildren. What could you do with an extra $4,000 a year?



Vanpooling allowed Tim and his family to escape the high cost of living in King County. Now they own their own home and enjoy a high quality of life. It's like having your cake and eating it too--who doesn't want that?

Theresa Mitchell

Cost savings and cutting vehicle wear and tear led Theresa to her vanpool. Now she’s able to disconnect and have some chill time during her commute. Sounds good, right?


Dave Gordon

Dave describes his commutes as cozy and comforting. But, the biggest selling point for him is having a dedicated schedule.

Jesse Carlson

When he’s not driving Jesse sits back, relaxes and enjoys the camaraderie of the vanpool. Best of all, he’s saved 90,000 miles of wear on tear on his personal vehicle.

Joyce Veenstra

After vanpooling for just one week, Joyce was hooked. Commuting by vanpool is not only enjoyable, she says, but it also makes financial sense and reduces pollution.


Tammi Garofalo

Gas prices drove Tammi to vanpooling in 2008. But now despite lower prices, benefits like dedicated vanpool parking keep her riding. You’re welcome, Tammi.