Please note that as of COB March 31, 2020, the RideECO program is now part of Edenred Commuter Benefits. DVRPC and Edenred have had a long, successful partnership, and DVRPC is confident that this commuter benefit program will continue to thrive as part of Edenred's national services. If you are a current RideECO administrator or user, please check your email for more information on how this transition will occur. We thank all of our clients - past, current and those in the process of joining - for providing RideECO to your employees, and for your support of transit and vanpools, and all the benefits they bring to our region.
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Sit here and save.

RideECO is the commuter benefit program from DVRPC. ECO means Easy Commute Options that can save you time and money. As always, RideECO allows employers and commuters to save by putting pre-tax dollars towards fares on many modes of public transportation.

Find out how it works

How it works

RideECO is an employer offered benefit. It helps commuters pay for the cost of getting to work on public transportation. RideECO allows commuters to use pre-tax dollars to pay for their commute. And employers save money by driving down payroll taxes with every dollar a commuter deducts. The program pays for itself and everyone gains from it.

You decide how much money you want to set aside, pre-tax, for your public transportation each month.

You buy RideECO vouchers, buy transit passes or load a Stored-Value Card with your pre-tax dollars.

The government takes its share from your lower salary so you can save more than $900 a year.