1. 3 Tips for a Commuter-Friendly Workplace

    With the current housing affordability crisis in San Francisco and The Bay Area, more and more employees are being forced to commute to work. It is estimated that more than 100,000 residents in the San Francisco-Bay Area spend at least 90 minutes commuting to work each day. With the increasing — n…Read More

  2. Tips For Choosing An Executive Transportation Company

    As a busy business executive, you likely don’t have the time to focus on transportation options to get you where you need to be. Arranging for ground transportation between flights, meetings, and other engagements can quickly turn into a nightmare. Not to mention, you want to make sure that the ex…Read More

  3. Reasons to Use Employee Shuttle Service

    The time consumed by commuting to work is one of the most common reasons that employees are dissatisfied with their job. And in cities like San Francisco, which ranks among the top five United States cities for worst commute time and stress, commuting can be an absolute nightmare. Many large busines…Read More

  4. Paving the Way for Reduced Dependence on Cars (Part 3)

    In the last two blog posts from our corporate commuter shuttle company in San Francisco, we have looked at some of the ways that in America, we are coming to the point where dependence on personal automobiles to get anywhere is becoming a costly and unsustainable model. (Please note that we are not …Read More

  5. Paving the Way for Reduced Dependence on Cars (Part 2)

    In the last blog post from our Corporate Commuter Shuttle company in San Francisco, we looked at the history of why Americans are far more dependent on their personal automobiles than most people in other countries. We also briefly touched on the problem and cost of making individual cars our primar…Read More

  6. Paving the Way for Reduced Dependence on Cars (Part 1)

    Here in the United States, we are coming to a point where it is crucial that we find ways to offer better public transportation that lets people reduce their dependence on cars. This is evident in many parts of the US, but perhaps nowhere is it more evident than in San Francisco, where traffic jams …Read More