About FreeRide

The City of Santa Rosa’s Transit Division, through a Transportation Fund for Clean Air grant, has developed and manages an incentive program to reduce single occupant vehicle trips. The goal is to decrease motor vehicle emissions, traffic congestion, parking challenges and improve air quality in Santa Rosa.

To participate in this program, businesses in the Santa Rosa city limits must designate a Transportation Coordinator who, through this website can register their company and sign up employees who want to participate. Registered employees can receive great incentives by reducing their trips to and from work by carpooling with other registered participants, walking, riding a bike or taking the bus to work. All they need to do is, once registered, log on to this website and enter their commutes in their monthly commute calendar. To qualify for earned incentives, entries must be completed by the 7th of the following month.


Select Option 1 or Option 2 as your monthly incentive.

Transportation Coordinator

The employer’s Transportation Coordinator is responsible for:

Emergency Ride Home

Take the worry out of your sustainable commute. The Sonoma Emergency Ride Home (ERH) program will reimburse rides home in cases of a qualifying emergency for anyone who works in Sonoma County and uses an alternative transportation option, such as carpooling, vanpooling, public transit, bicycling, or walking.For more information go to - https://scta.ca.gov/projects/emergency-ride/

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