With the daytime population ballooning 120% every day, the CID offers a variety of free or discounted services to find commute options for businesses and employees alike.
In 1996, the Cumberland CID expanded its portfolio of road and infrastructure projects by adding affordable commuter services for area businesses and their employees. To this end, the CID created Commuter Club, the first Transportation Management Association (TMA) in Georgia.
Funded by the CID and other partners, Commuter Club provides a variety of cost-effective transportation options. Services such as vanpools, carpools, teleworking, and more have reduced 757,000 vehicle trips, 26 million vehicle miles, 8,800 tons of pollutants, and saved commuters $16.6 million over the years.
Today, the Commuter Club services offered by the CID are administered through a strategic partnership with Georgia Commute Options. Please visit the Georgia Commute Options website to learn about the specific programs and how you can benefit.