Save Smarter with Commuter Benefits

Pre-tax savings on transit, parking and more.

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What are Commuter Benefits?

Commuter benefits are a great benefit that save both employers and employees money. The benefit allows employees to set aside tax-free money to pay for their commuting expenses, and can be used for mass transit, rideshares and qualified paid parking. Employees get in on the savings too. By offering a commuter benefit to your employees, your company can save on payroll taxes each year.


Employee engagement is top of mind for today’s benefit administrators. No one wants an unengaged team — it’s less profitable for the company, and employee turnover can be extremely high. Offering a commuter benefit will boost employee loyalty, attract new talent and save your company money.

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Commuter benefits help you pay for your commute to and from work using pretax dollars, which saves you money on your taxes each year. You can use commuter benefits for transit, rideshares and qualified paid parking.

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Does Your City Mandate a Commuter Benefit?

Offering a commuter benefits program is legally required in a growing number of locations. Find out if your city or region has an ordinance in place and learn how we can help you comply.

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Most Popular Blogs

  • 8 Tips to Save Money on Your Commute
    by (the Commuter Benefit Solutions Team) on March 18, 2019 at 7:12 pm

    On average, we spend $2,600 in commuting costs. And that’s along with spending nearly 30 minutes commuting — one way — everyday.Add it all up, and it is a lot of time and money. However, there are ways you can get something back. Here are 10 tips on how you can cut commuting costs. […]

  • Is Your City Next for Transit Ordinance Compliance?
    by (the Commuter Benefit Solutions Team) on March 15, 2019 at 4:17 pm

    Whether it’s to reduce traffic congestion, protect the environment or give commuters a benefit that impacts their daily lives, more and more municipalities (and government agencies) are passing transit ordinances.&nbs […]

  • 3 Transit Apps to Help Improve the Commute
    by (the Commuter Benefit Solutions Team) on March 12, 2019 at 6:53 pm

    Navigating your commute is never easy. Thank the commuting gods for transit apps to help you along the way. Mobility Lab, a research center and news source for transportation behavior and policy, listed what it says are the three best transit apps to help you on your commuting journeys. The recommendations don’t come lightly. Mobility Lab first published an article in 2015 on the best apps for riders. Since the transit app world has changed, they decided to update their recommendations by comparing the different features of what’s on the market. Before we unveil the apps and what makes them different, here is what they have in common. You get real-time arrival information for public transportation, ride-hailing and other modes of getting around. The apps also provide directions for trips, and work in most major cities. And if you’re a Google Maps or Apple Maps user, you’ll like the fact that the apps can give you real-time arrival information without having to tap in your destination. Here’s an overview of what Mobility Lab recommends to help you make your trips easier. […]

  • How Americans Commute to Work
    by (the Commuter Benefit Solutions Team) on March 6, 2019 at 9:03 pm

    Does your daily life revolve around the car? Or are you predominately a walker, biker or mass transit rider? The answer can involve where you live, how much you make and many other interesting demographic factors. The website CityLab did a statistical analysis of the commuting data from the Census Bureau’s American Community Survey and found many interesting facts. The data covered more than 270 metro areas. CityLab’s thesis, based on research of various data, says how we commute is a significant aspect of the nation’s economic and political divide. The car has become a key feature within the trends that are developing. For example, areas with more college graduates have less single-occupant commuters. Weather doesn’t have as significant an impact on commuting as you think as more people drive to work than use transit where the weather is warm. Here are some the specific findings for commuting options. […]