Methods of identifying potential vanpool riders.
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Methods of identifying potential vanpool riders.

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    Identifying potential vanpool riders and matching them to form pools are fundamental tasks in the initiation of a vanpool program. The manner in which these tasks are done will determine the costs and benefits of the program. This report presents the data requirements for a vanpool project and reviews the techniques that may be applied in the identifying and matching processes. Two matching techniques are evaluated; manual and computer. A manual matching system is generally recommended for a company that has fewer than 500 employees, while a larger company which has access to a computer should use a computerized program. All of the matching systems discussed in the report may be successfully used in Virginia, however, modifications, may be required to meet particular needs. The employer initiating a program is encouraged to review all available alternatives because to a great extent the success of the program will depend upon the selection of an efficient matching technique.
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