Gusto Commuter Benefits

Commuter benefits help employees pay for qualified commuting expenses—like parking and public transportation—on a pre-tax basis.

If your commuter benefits are managed by Gusto, take a look at the table below to see some examples of how you can use your commuter benefit card.

Transit Account

Parking Accounts


Parking garages


Parking meters


Parking lots


Doesn’t cover: Parking that isn’t part of your daily commute.

Vanpool—Uber Pool, Lyft Line


Doesn’t cover: Bridge or toll fees


If your commuter benefits are managed by Gusto, visit your Gusto Benefits Card Manager portal to review transactions, claims, and more.

For transit transactions, you must pay using your Gusto Benefits Card. If the transaction is denied then you may submit a manual claim. For parking, you can use your Gusto Benefits Card or submit a claim for reimbursement.

Note for employers: In order to purchase and provide Commuter Benefits through Gusto, you must first have medical insurance managed by Gusto.

Pre-tax Limits

Mass Transit and Parking 2018 2017
Maximum Election $260/month $255/month

Questions & Answers

Q: How do I change my commuter benefit selection?

A: You can change your selection at any time from your Gusto employee account. Navigate to the Benefits tab and click on the Commuter Benefits tile. Any changes will take effect the following month.


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