Our Olympic communications team has heard that some people are having difficulty finding space at the Park & Rides around the Lower Mainland—even with expanded facilities for the Games.
If that’s the case for you, you might want to share a ride to a Park & Ride instead of driving alone. Match yourself with a driver or passenger at www.ride-share.com—it’s a free ride-matching service, and the video above explains how it works!
Through ride-share.com, you can help share the cost of driving and cut greenhouse gases as you travel around. They’ve just added new info on registering to get to and from Park & Rides in the region.
Ridesharing is also a great option to find a ride going to Olympic events at Cypress Mountain and Whistler, when Olympic Bus Network buses leave transportation hubs before the start of TransLink services.
And if you’re curious about how real people do it, you can check out Jen’s real-life ridesharing story from Ride-Share Week last year :)