To: CMC Faculty and Staff
From: Deborah Amaya, Employee Transportation Coordinator
Date: November 1, 2022
Here is the link to this month’s Rideshare form (Excel). Please complete the form electronically and submit to HR at firstname.lastname@example.org by the 5th of December for November Rideshare. You may scan, fax or submit the hard copy through campus mail.
Rideshare Program Guidelines
The College participates in an air quality program that encourages employees to use alternative modes of transportation in arriving to work. Benefits-eligible employees who participate in ridesharing can be reimbursed $1.50/day plus up to $60/month for public transportation such as Metrolink or the bus. Rideshare incentives are considered taxable income.
Ridesharing can only be counted as such if it occurs during the hours of 6 a.m. to 10 a.m., Monday through Friday. These hours are the "peak" transportation hours according to the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD).
Ridesharing counts only when driving to the CMC campus - carpooling to work-related events off site does not count toward the $1.50 reimbursement.
Carpool Parking Spaces
As an enhancement to the CMC parking policy, the College has implemented a carpool-parking program. This program has eight (8) designated carpool parking spaces that are located on CMC’s campus.
In order to park in a designated space, you must participate in ridesharing that day as well as have a carpool-parking permit displayed on top of your dashboard. You may pick up a carpool-parking permit from any staff member in the Human Resources department.
Please remember that:
- carpool spaces are available on a first-come, first-serve basis,
- in order to park in these spaces, you must be ridesharing with someone on the day you park in a designated space,
- you will need to display the carpool parking permit on your dashboard in order to park in a designated space, and
- parking permits are issued on a semester basis. They must be current at the time you are using the space.