Sometimes it makes sense for a person to drive partway to his or her destination and use public transit to complete the trip. This may be the case if a person lives outside of a provider’s service area. In such a case, there may be a nearby park-and-ride lot the person can drive to in order to reach the transit service. Completing such a trip using the bus can reduce emissions, save on the stress of driving in a congested area, and in some cases save money. The lots in the table below are located in areas accessible by a relatively high level of transit service every weekday. The best bets are those served by deviated routes.