Carlyle Council is proud to announce our partnership with Zimride by Enterprise! This ongoing relationship will help alleviate traffic and commute related stress. By offering employees of our member commercial properties to share rides with one another, you’ll save on parking and gasoline expenses and foster a sense of community — all while reducing our carbon footprint!
What is Zimride by Enterprise?
Zimride by Enterprise is Carlyle Council’s online ride-matching service that easily connects drivers and passengers from our Carlyle Council member commercial properties heading to the same area, making it a great solution for employees to connect, form carpools and share travel costs to and from work.
Who can use Zimride by Enterprise?
Zimride is only available to Carlyle Council member properties and requires a valid business email address to join. For a complete list of approved email domains go to Zimride.com/CarlyleCouncil. If your employer or work email address isn’t listed please contact your HR representative to receive a one-time invitation link to join Zimride.
Carlyle Community Council partners with Zimride
During times when Metro track work may cause train delays and more people taking to the roads, this free and flexible option saves time and money commuting. And, it is free to join!“
Carlyle Community Council partners with Zimride by Enterprise to ease employee Safetrack commutes
Starting January 24, 2017 The Carlyle Community Council is teaming up with Zimride by Enterprise to offer employees of its member commercial properties a new transportation option – an online ride-matching service that connects drivers and passengers commuting to same area. The platform’s unique approach is a great solution for employees encountering Metro Safetrack delays. Through a private network, Zimride matches riders and drivers in search of a hassle-free way to get to work in Carlyle. In return, Carlyle employees save on parking and gasoline expenses all while reducing their carbon footprint.
“ Carlyle Council is always on the lookout for new options to assist commuters coming in and out of Carlyle. Online profiles are part of the private Carlyle network and can be set up in a snap. Especially during times when Metro track work may cause train delays and more people taking to the roads, this free and flexible option saves time and money commuting. And, it is free to join!“
– Janet Gregor, Carlyle Council TMP Manager