Transportation Demand Management

Transportation Demand Management (TDM) is a program of information, encouragement, and incentives that helps reduce the demand of single occupancy vehicles. There are many different transportation options available in Dublin that can help you avoid driving, live a healthier lifestyle, improve the environment, and save you money.

Guaranteed Ride Home

The Alameda County Transportation Commission operates the Guaranteed Ride Home Program for employers in the County with 100 or more employees who rideshare, take public transit, bike or walk to work and need a ride due to an emergency. To be eligible for the program you must register: http://grh.alamedactc.org/

Bike to Work

Rideshare

Commuters can use rideshare matching programs to find someone to carpool with! Sharing your ride with just one other person reduces your commuting expenses by almost half and helps reduce greenhouse gas emissions!

Local Transit

Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) provides transportation services throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and has two stations that serve Dublin:

"Wheels" provides bus and paratransit services throughout the Cities of Dublin, Pleasanton, Livermore, and portions of unincorporated Alameda County.  Please visit the Wheels website for more information.

Go Dublin! For a limited time, Wheels will pay half your fare (up to $5) for rideshare trips that start AND end IN Dublin on UBER, Lyft, and Desoto Cab Company.  Simply apply the promo code GODUBLIN, then select uberPOOL, Lyft Line, or Desoto Share as your mode choice and you are on your way!  For more information go to Go Dublin.

Walking 

If you live close to your workplace, public transportation, or even the store,  consider walking instead of driving your automobile.  Walking costs nothing, creates no pollution, and requires no fuel.  It’s also an excellent way to exercise and connect with your community.

Biking 

Biking is an effective, fun, and healthy way to commute or run errands.