Create an account to access ridematching services, log your commute activity with the Trip Tracker or participate in the Guaranteed Ride Home program. Van Pool & Transit Services Passengers. Van pool passengers who participate in their employer's SmartBenefits® program will allocate their van pool fare payments.
National Rural Transit Assistance Program. Congress created the National Transit Database (NTD) to be the main source for information and statistics on US transit systems. Recipients or beneficiaries of grants from the FTA under the Urbanized Area Formula Program (§5. Rural Formula Program (§5. Each year this data is used to allocate FTA funds to states and transit agencies, and annual NTD reports are submitted to Congress to summarize transit service and safety data. NTD started collecting rural transit data in 2.
District of Columbia Employer Transit Benefit Ordinance Sign up for SmartBenefits® to comply by January 1, 2016. SmartBenefits and Deals and Discounts Seminar March. Getting started. If you’re ready to start a carpool or expand an existing one, we can help! Use the free Matching Tool to connect with others who are traveling the. Program Summary. The Mass Transportation Benefit Program was established in October 2000 and is offered to eligible employees and military service members, to the.
Official website of the MBTA -- schedules, maps, and fare information for Greater Boston's public transportation system, including subway, commuter rail, bus routes.
Rural reporting is streamlined and involves fewer requirements than urbanized area reporting. In the past, National RTAP received rural NTD data from the FTA and posted it annually in the Resource Library. The 2. 01. 3 rural data, and prior years, is now available on the NTD website data page.
Check it out and compare your state or transit system. Now there's an even easier way to access and analyze rural NTD data using the new Rural Module in the Integrated National Transit Database Analysis System (INTDAS). Visit the Rural INTDAS page for more information and to start using it today! Sources and Helpful Links.
Metro - Business with Metro - Employer Fare Program. View Tutorial Video. Buy Smar. Trip® card. Register Smar. Trip® card. Login to Smar. Trip® Account. All passengers must have a registered Smar. Trip® card and must be enrolled in their employer's Smart. Benefits® program.
The enrolled registered card number is what links you to your transit benefit. If you have a Smar. Trip® card, but you're not sure if it's registered, call Smar. Trip® Customer Service to verify: 1- 8.
SMARTRIP (7. 62- 7. If you are not sure if you're enrolled, contact your Smart. Benefits® administrator. If you plan to use a van pool, Metro. Access, MARC, VRE, D & B Bus/Quick's Commuter Service, National Coachworks/Martz, Commuter. Direct. com, Arlington County Commuter stores or MTA commuter buses, allocate your benefit to your transit provider by the designated date.
The 2. 1st of the month is the new monthly deadline to update your Smart. Benefits® passenger allocation account for the upcoming month's benefits. Smart. Benefits® Passenger Allocation Reference Guide. Van Pool & Transit Services Passengers. Van pool passengers who participate in their employer's Smart. Benefits® program will allocate their van pool fare payments directly into their van operator's designated bank account via the Internet.
D & B Bus/Quick's Commuter Service and National Coachworks/Martz passengers can allocate their monthly benefit towards the cost of their monthly pass by using the Smart. Benefits® Passenger Allocation process.
Need Help? Take a look at our Video Tutorial. Step 1 Read the Smart.
Benefits® Passenger Allocation Reference Guide. Step 2. Set- up or log on to your Smart. Benefits® Passenger Allocation Account.
Metro. Access Customers. Metro. Access customers can now allocate Smart.
Benefits® to their Metro. Access account. Step 1 Read the Smart. Benefits® Metro. Access Customer Allocation Reference Guide. Step 2 Set- up or log on to your Smart. Benefits® Passenger Allocation Account. Step 3 Manage your Smart.
Benefits® utilizing Metro. Access EZ- Pay. MARC, VRE & MTA Commuter Bus Passengers (Commuter Direct)Riders can allocate their monthly benefit to Commuter. Direct. com to have their tickets mailed to their homes or they can go to an Arlington County Commuter store to pick up their tickets monthly. Step 1 Read the Smart. Benefits® MARC & VRE Passenger Reference Guide. Step 2. Set- up or log on to your Smart. Benefits® MARC & VRE Passenger Account.
Step 3 Set up a mail order account with Commuter. Direct. com. NEW - Transit Pass Benefit Purchase. Employers must assign value to the Transit Pass Benefit category for employees to use Smart. Benefit® to purchase select passes in their online Smar. Trip® account. Step 1. Transit Pass Overview for Employees / FAQs. Step 2. Login to Smar.
Trip® Account. MTA Local Bus Passengers. MTA local bus riders can allocate their monthly benefit to have their tickets mailed directly to their homes. MTA Customer Service: 4. Step 1 Set- up or log on to your Smart. Benefits® Passenger Allocation Account. Step 2. Each month by the 2. To order MTA local bus tickets only, click here and select the Pass Store.
Van Pool & Transit Services Operators. Step 1 Apply for a new Smart.
Benefits® Transit Operator Account. Step 2 Read the Smart. Benefits® Transit Operator Reference Guide. Step 3 Log on to your Smart. Benefits® Transit Operator Account.