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JAUNT is part of the Commuter Information Team, offering a “one-stop” shop for all your transportation needs.

Commuter Information

Commuter Information Works to enhance the quality of life and mobility of people by promoting the use of alternatives to the single occupancy vehicle.

CAT

CAT Provides bus service for Charlottesville and portions of Albemarle County.

Greene County Transit

Greene County Transit Offers an inexpensive means of transportation to and from anywhere in Greene County along with daily round trips to Charlottesville.

ACCT

ACCT Alliance for Community Choice in Transportation

CTAV

CTAV Community Transportation Association of Virginia

RideShare

RideShare FREE car and vanpool matching service.

UTS

UTS Operates bus service in and around the grounds of the University of Virginia.

Town of Orange Transportation

Town of Orange Transportation Town of Orange Transit (TOOT) travels between Orange and Gordonsville.

CTAA

CTAA Community Transportation Association of America

NHTSA

NHTSA National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

Traffic Reduction

Protecting our beautiful countryside and reducing traffic congestion are important priorities for JAUNT. Our commuter routes are designed to provide Central Virginians with alternatives to driving alone. Commuters can save money by leaving their cars at home; they can avoid paying the high costs of commuting (such as parking fees, vehicle repairs, and gasoline) by choosing to ride the bus. JAUNT is an integral part of the traffic reduction efforts of the Commuter Information Team.

Here are some Traffic Reduction Tips:
The 5 R’s of Traffic Reduction

1: Replace some trips with walking, cycling or transit and enjoy:
  • greater physical fitness
  • greater feeling of emotional well-being

2: Remove unnecessary trips by:
  • saving up your non-urgent trips and combining them into a single trip: ‘trip chaining’ only taking the car to work three      days a week rather than five
  • getting goods delivered.

3: Reduce trip lengths by finding a closer destination.

4: Remember global warming- If you want to help reduce global warming let alone air pollution, one of the best things you can do is to get out of your car!

5: Reciprocate for mutual benefit. Traffic is a collection of cars, not just one car. Traffic is therefore a collective or community problem (not a problem that can be tackled just through individual action) Let’s all get involved!