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Looking to save money and reduce your environmental impact in the community? Try carpooling to work with King's College University employees, students, and faculty! Regional Rideshare is your free ride matching tool that allows you to find carpool partners who share your commute.
Get started in 4 easy steps:
- Enter a trip: Specify your origin and destination using addresses, choosing from a list, or clicking on a map. Choose when you want to carpool.
- Search then adjust: Search for people who share your destination and schedule, or if you share a route in common with another user.
- Invite and accept: Exchange invitations with your favourite matches.
- Start Carpooling
Click here to to get started!
Not sure? Click on the links below for step-by-step instructions on how to register an account and find a carpool match!
Regional Rideshare Flyer
Regional Ridehsare Guide
Regional Rideshare Guide Video
Don’t miss out on the health benefits associated with physical activity! Get moving with the Active Switch Program by choosing active travel modes for your commute and other daily trips.
The Active Switch Campus online tool allows users to set goals, track progress and converts the distance travelled to illustrate the amount of calories burned and greenhouse gas emissions saved.
Track your active trips on activeswitch.ca/campus for a chance to win great monthly prizes!
Note: Please select "King's University College" campus under City of London when creating an account on Active Switch
Not sure how to register? Click here to download the Active Switch Flyer for instructions on how to register an account
As an employee (staff or faculty) at a participating Commute Ontario campus, you are eligible for the Emergency Ride Home (ERH) program.
Please note students are not eligible for the ERH Program.
If you have an unforeseen emergency on any day you use a sustainable method to commute to campus, you can request a reimbursement of up to $75 for your emergency transportation costs.
To submit an ERH claim, kindly click on the "Submit ERH Claim" link on the left navigation bar and complete the form.
Stay connected and receive bi-weekly newsletter about important Council decisions and updates on new City intitatives delievered directly to your inbox.
Click here to sign-up for our e-newsletter today!
Ontario's Guide to Safe Cycling provides important information, tips and techniques to help make you a safe, confident cyclist whether you are a new or experienced rider.
Click here to view the guide.
Starting Tuesday, September 4, overnight parking will be prohibited on all streets between 3 a.m. - 5 a.m. Drivers will need to register their vehicles for overnight parking using the overnight parking pass system.
Click here to Register for Overnight Parking Pass.
Find out about road closures and construction projects on City streets which may impact your daily commute.
Looking for a place to meet up with your carpool partner before entering the highway system? Take advantage of free Ministry of Transportation (MTO) carpool parking lots today.
Click here to find a carpool parking lot near you.
Carpool lots are restricted to a maximum of 120 consecutive hours. Selected lots are also served by public transit.
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Cut the costs of driving alone by carpooling. Enter to WIN $500 towards your gas purchases by logging in or creating an account on Regional Rideshare at www.regionalrideshare.ca
But Wait! There's More!
Earn an additional entry into the prize draw for each successful registration on Regional Rideshare. New registrants will be asked to provide the referring person's email address.
September is Transit Month!
Whether you are a regular rider or trying transit for the first time, Transit Month Ontario is a time to celebrate and reward transit riders.
King's University College has teamed up with Commute Ontario to offers its faculty, staff and students with FREE sustainable commuting programs for an easier, healthier, and more enjoyable commute. Click here to download an information package to learn more.