Commuter Information

Temporary Park 'n Ride lot in North Boundary Park

Due to the temporary closure of the Evans city Park 'n Ride, I-79 at Exit 83 and Rt. 528, displaced New Castle Area Transit Authority commuters have the opportunity to park at North Boundary Park until early May.

NCATA will use this temporary lot as the final stop on trips to Pittsburgh. Commuters should use the same scheduled pick-up and drop-off service times as the Rt. 528 Park 'n Ride. Parking and pick up in North Boundary Park is available in the Cranberry Waterpark lot. NCATA schedule

Route 528 Park 'n Ride Expansion and Shelter Project Updates

How did you travel to and from work today?

In 2013, 77 new people travelling to or from Cranberry registered with CommuteInfo, bringing the total registered commuters to 360+. And, 237 people participate in a vanpool or carpool.

With 1,288 total participants in CommuteInfo’s vanpool and carpool programs during 2013, the number of single-occupant vehicles on the region's roads was reduced by 1,001 vehicles each workday.

Each participant saved an average of $800 just in gas costs during 2013 (assuming 25 miles and $3.30 per gallon of gas). Combined, the 2013 “pooler” fuel savings was $1,030,629.

You can join the program with a phone call or register online - save time and money. Plus, CommuteInfo is available to visit any employer's worksite to discuss options.


CommuteInfo is available to meet with employers

Review the information packet for Employer Benefits and Opportunities, then schedule an appointment, at your worksite with Rideshare Coordinator Lisa Kay Schweyer, or call 412-391-5590, x 372.

CommuteInfo serves employers and commuters in: Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Greene, Indiana, Lawrence, Washington and Westmoreland counties.

The Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission's CommuteInfo® program is designed to increase the number of people who travel to work or school by transit, carpool, vanpool, or bikepool. CommuteInfo operates the region's carpool and vanpool program. The goal is for commuters living, working, or attending school within the 10-county SPC region to choose ridesharing at least twice a week. Over 1,250 commuters a day ride in a CommuteInfo carpool or vanpool.

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