Do you need a cost-effective way of getting your employees to and from work?
We provide shared shuttle services that connect employees, tenants, and customers from transit stations and carpool lots directly to the workplace. We manage the setup, communication (including providing customer service support) and contracts associated with operating a shuttle so you don’t have to.
Our shuttle program saves 404.6 metric tons of CO2 per year, equivalent to taking almost 90 single occupancy vehicles off the road a year.
We share ridership data with you to help inform your decisions and add to contribute to your sustainability goals and reporting.
Property managers can save up to $6 million per year in construction and maintenance of parking.
Tenants can save approximately $9,000 per year in parking and maintenance fees.
76% of riders feel that shuttle experience positively affects their overall job experience.
Employees do not have to worry about being in traffic accidents getting to/from work as taking public transit is up to 18x safer than driving.
Our shuttles have the logos of each of our partners, helping to recognize your investment in your employees’ health and wellness and reducing your carbon footprint.
We currently operate two shuttles in Toronto out of the TTC’s Don Mills TTC station.
Capacity: Each shuttle holds up to 30 passengers (Note: Currently at 50% due to COVID-19 restrictions).
Serving Yorkland Blvd. and Consumers Rd. Business Park:
Serving Gordon Baker Road:
Unless you’re thinking of joining one of our two shuttles that operate out of Don Mills station, developing a shared shuttle can take 6 months if not longer to set up as we have to recruit other organizations, determine the number of employees, and then set up the route to make it cost effective for you. Speak to us if you’re able to work on a longer timeline or planning a shuttle for the future.
If your office or property is within a 20-minute walk to a transit station, a shared shuttle can make sense as a first/last mile solution. Having a shuttle that connects your building to transit makes it easier for people to choose to take transit rather than driving.
A shared shuttle route should be along the same street or within a quick drive of one another. If you know your neighbouring organizations need the same service, this would be a great way to achieve the same goal in a cost-effective way.
Looking for a faster alternative? Join the Smart Commute program instead!