Emergency Ride Home
TransManage Building Program participants who use a non-drive-alone
mode of transportation to get to work at least four days per week
are eligible for the TransManage Emergency Ride Home benefit. Employees
who bike, bus, carpool, vanpool, or walk to work may apply to receive
taxi fare reimbursement to pay for transportation related to a qualifying
Registered employees may be reimbursed for up to four trips per
year, up to fifty miles in length.
Qualifying emergencies include:
- Employee illness. The employee becomes ill
and must leave work.
- Family member illness. An immediate family
member becomes ill and the employee must leave work to pick up
or care for him or her.
- Unscheduled overtime. The employee learns
that he or she must work unscheduled overtime on the same day
on which the overtime occurs.
- Abandonment by one’s regular vanpool or carpool.
The employee becomes stranded at work by his or her regular vanpool
- Bicycle Emergency. The employee has an unrepairable
flat tire, is injured or his or her bicycle is stolen.
Applying for Reimbursement
In order to receive a TransManage Guaranteed Ride Home reimbursement,
employees must be a registered participant of their building’s
TransManage Building Program.
If you experience one of the qualifying emergencies, arrange for
a ride home with a taxi company or car share service such as Lyft
or Uber and make sure to request a receipt from the taxi driver.
The receipt must show fare paid, the taxi number, the driver’s
name and mileage. You will then need to complete the “TransManage
Guaranteed Ride Home Reimbursement Form” and submit it along
with the original receipt to TransManage within two (2) days of
returning to work.
TransManage will then verify your qualified emergency and issue
you a refund check you within one month of receiving the request.
Download Emergency Ride Home Form (PDF)
Please contact TransManage with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org