Vanpooling saves money by dividing your commuting costs between 7 to 15 other commuters who live and work near you and ride the same vanpool. Plus, the vehicle, insurance, and maintenance are provided by a vanpool provider. Riders simply pay a monthly fare. Check out Vanpoolva.org for additional information.
Current Northern Neck Vanpools
Note: Vanpool operators listed below are not employees or contractors of NNKcommuter.org, or any other government agency. They operate independently. We list them here as a public service and because they have agreed to be listed as vanpool operators.
We know there are several other vanpools commuting daily from the Northern Neck to Washington, DC, Richmond, and Hampton Roads, but their owners have not asked to be listed on this page. If you are a vanpool operator and would like to be listed, please contact our office at (804) 333-6683.
Starting Point: Montross, Virginia
Destination: Washington Navy Yard, Washington D.C., S.E.
Route Followed: Route 3, Route 301, Route 210
First Pickup: 3:25 a.m. (Montross Park & Ride lot in Montross, across from Food Lion)
Last Drop-off: 5:15 p.m. (Montross Park & Ride lot in Montross, across from Food Lion)
Contact: Gregory Usual, Owner/Operator
Phone: H (804) 450-5249
Cooke’s Vanpool Service
Starting Point: Warsaw, Virginia
Destination: Dahlgren, Virginia
Route Followed: Route 3, 301
First Pickup: 5:30 a.m.
Last Drop-off: 4:30 p.m.
Contact: Mr. William Veney at (804) 462-5123
OTHER Vanpools (registered with Metro)
Washington’s Metro website offers a list of Virginia vanpools that participate in the Metrochek voucher program. Click here to access the list.
As a participating member, your vanpool helps the future of vanpooling by collecting and reporting important ridership data. In return, members can enjoy several benefits. Details here.
Affordable Insurance for Vanpools
AdVANtage is a self-insurance pool that provides affordable liability, uninsured motorist and physical damage protection for commuter vanpools. Vanpools that are licensed and registered in the Commonwealth of Virginia are eligible to become members. Vanpool owners join by paying annual membership fees to the pool that they would traditionally make payments to in the form of premiums. These fees are used to self-insure the AdVANtage member vanpools. For additional information, visit http://www.advantagepool.org