<address id="1n5j5"></address>

      <form id="1n5j5"></form>

        <address id="1n5j5"></address>

            You are here

            Contact Us

            • Do you administer a Federal Transit Benefit Program and want more information on partnering with TRANServe?

            Please contact TRANServe through our Partner With TRANServe page.

            • Are you a TRANServe Customer Agency Program Coordinator?

            Please contact your TRANServe Transit Benefit Manger who will assist you in every way possible.

            • Are you a Transit Benefit Participant?

            For information about enrolling in your agency transit benefit program please contact your Human Resources Office or your Transit Benefit Program Coordinator directly.

            • Is TRANServe your Transit Benefit Program Service Provider?

            Please phone or email your Transit Benefit Manager who will quickly assist you in every way possible.

            • How does COVID-19 impact my Transit Benefit Program Participation?

            Many answers to your program questions are found in our FAQs?section.

            Please click the image below to read about your responsibilities specific to the increased telework many are experiencing?during this time.? Always consult and follow your employing agency's Transit Benefit Program policy.

            How was your Visit?

            We hope you found what you need.? For inquiries, suggestions and feedback, contact us at TRANServe@dot.gov.

            The DOT Parking/Transit Office Schedule
            Serving DOT Parking, Transit Benefit & Bicycle Benefit Participants

            Program Information:
            Room W12-101
            Hours of operation: 9:00am – 1:00pm
            Contact Information: 202-366-1398 or parking.transitoffice@dot.gov

            Additional Information:
            FAA employees must collect their transit benefit at the FAA HQ Building Room 531A.
            Transit Benefits are distributed monthly to all eligible DOT participants.

            The Transit Benefit is not retroactive. It is forfeited when not used in the month for which it was issued. The funds must be returned to the federal government to prevent a tax liability on the part of the participant.

            Updated: Monday, March 30, 2020
            Submit Feedback >