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Commuting program expanded

Washington commuters can now make a couple bucks carpooling to work, no matter what route they use.

For a limited time, Commuter Connections is expanding its Pool Rewards program and awarding $1 each way for commuters who carpool to or from any location in the region.

People interested in participating must register to join or form a carpool by March 31. To earn money, participants need to regularly report travel time online.

When the program was launched in October, incentives were restricted to drivers who used the Capital Beltway from Bethesda to Tysons Corner, the Beltway from the Baltimore-Washington Parkway to Interstate 270 and Interstate 395 from the District across the 14th Street bridge into Northern Virginia.

-- Nicole Norfleet

By Washington Post Editors  |  March 12, 2010; 11:02 AM ET
Categories:  Commuting  
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