What happens if I am a full-time rider and am ill or on vacation and do not ride for the required 12 days?
A. If illness, vacation, holidays, telecommuting or business travel keep you from riding the van at least 12 days out of the month, you will not lose your $35 METRO co pay. The driver or designated person in the vanpool will need to mark the daily ridership log with “S, V, H, T or B” if you are sick, on vacation, observing a holiday or traveling for business. Missed days due to illness, business trips, holidays and vacation time count toward the 12-ride minimum. Please email email@example.com for questions regarding METRO’s service or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions regarding M. D. Anderson’s commuting program.
- What happens to floaters, sick days, and vacation days that are not used within the calendar year in which they are earned?
- What happens if I am a full-time rider and am ill or on vacation and do not ride for the required 12 days?
- What happens if I park longer than 60 days in Long-term or Economy Park and Ride, or 20 days in Short-term?