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Monthly Van Cost

Use this calculator to estimate your monthly payment as a CalVans participant. If you aren’t sure whether you qualify for some of the subsidies offered, move your mouse over the help link for a description of them, and then be sure to include applicable subsidies in your calculation.

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Fresno County Measure C
Commuters leaving Fresno County for one of these destinations may qualify for an additional subsidy. Select your destination from this new menu:
Additional Merced destination subsidy
Additional Visalia-Tulare destination subsidy
Additional Porterville destination subsidy
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Merced, San Joaquin and Stanislaus Commute Connection funding
Commuters entering Stockton from one of these counties may qualify for an additional subsidy. Select Stockton from this new menu if it is your destination:
Additional City of Stockton destination subsidy
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Visalia-Tulare funding
City of Porterville funding
AMBAG Air District Grant
No alternate funding
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Monthly Cost Per Rider

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All CalVans vanpools base the cost per trip on the number of passengers and distance traveled. (The more riders, the less each rider pays.) The Agency bills the driver on a monthly basis to recover all costs. The driver divides the bill among the passengers, collects the payments from each rider, and forwards them to the Agency every month. The payments cover the Agency’s cost of maintaining and insuring the vans, as well as the cost of replacing them when they wear out. To access our Cost Savings Calculator, click here.


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