The following goClub member subsidies will be eliminated indefinitely:
Transit Subsidies Suspended (WageWorks/HealthyEquity)
Subsidies offered via WageWorks will be suspended as of July 31, 2020 and will thus affect the pricing of your September transit pass/Commuter Card deposit. If you do not wish to continue to purchase a transit pass or deposit funds on your Commuter Card without a subsidy, you have until August 10, 2020 to change your recurring order via the WageWorks website. Note that despite the elimination of the subsidy, you can still save money by purchasing your transit via WageWorks as the transaction is pre-tax and thereby reduces your tax liability.
Student Carpool Permits Suspended
Students may no longer participate in the registered carpool program at this time, however students may develop their own carpools and share the cost of the commute to campus. When sharing the ride, we encourage exercising caution to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and (when possible) limit your carpooling to those within your household.
goClub Permits Discontinued
The goClub permit (GCA/GCC) was introduced when the only daily permit option cost $9-10/day and it was a big ask for someone to make the switch to committing to a bus commute but then pay $10/day when they had to come to campus, but couldn't ride the bus. With the introduction of Daily Parking system via ParkMobile, any campus affiliate can pay as little as $2/day to park as needed. As such, the free goClub permit has been eliminated. Instead, you will just need to use ParkMobile to park on campus when your sustainable commute mode is not an option.