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Category: Blog

Blog, Telecommuting

With gas prices nearing $5 a gallon (as of this writing in June 2022), your commute to work is becoming a bigger headache than it used to be. Joining a…
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Blog, Carpooling

While not all of us can realistically carpool or ride a bike to work, we can still find ways to change our driving habits to support a cleaner, healthier environment….
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Blog, Carpooling, Vanpooling

Liven up your car or van pool by adding in some fun from one of several apps that can spice up the same old ride to and from work. Before…
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Blog, News, Telecommuting

If the pandemic changed the way you do your job, you’re not alone. Before COVID-19 became a part of everyday conversation, only 7% of the employed worked primarily from home…
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Blog, Carpooling, News, Telecommuting

When you go green during your commute to and from work, you save on gas and wear and tear on your vehicle. You reduce your carbon footprint. If you choose…
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Blog, News

You don’t have to be a hardcore cyclist to join the ride at the Tour de Chesapeake, when Mathews County invites families to explore the banks of the Bay on…
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traffic jam in a city street road
Blog, Carpooling, News

We can’t promise a smooth commute to and from work at peak hours. But by arming yourself with as much information as possible, you can do your best to avoid…
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Sign for Student Drop off and Pick Up Area against brick school
Blog, Carpooling, News

Organizing a carpool when the kiddos go back to school is not just a green idea. In addition to saving on gas and wear on your car, it gives you…
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Strobelight bar on top of police car flashing red and blue.
Blog, Carpooling, News

Move over. We’re not talking about making room for another on the couch. Move over when you’re on the road when you see blinking lights. Lots of drivers aren’t aware…
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Blog, News

The Middle Peninsula Planning District Commission received nearly 1,300 responses from its recent survey that asked residents 25 questions about their commuting habits to and from work. Among the key…
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The Middle Peninsula Rideshare Commuter Services – MidPenRideShare – are provided by the Middle Peninsula Planning District Commission’s Transportation Demand Management Program in conjunction with the Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation. This program exists to assist persons who are seeking transportation alternatives to commuting within and from the Middle Peninsula area.