Rally offers event day transportation through partnering with local motorcoach operators and event organizations to alleviate community relations, DUI issues, and increasing mobility options for the Michigan Central Station Impact area. It modernizes bus rideshare by making booking, tracking, and riding simple through smartphone apps and intuitive booking website. Rather than increasing transportation through increasing fixed route services, Rally offers pop-up mass transit so that groups can join other riders going to the same event, venue, shopping center, or workplace on-demand. Rally proposes to apply its event based transportation model to a different kind of event. We seek to redefine or expand the definition of "event" to include a workday commute. By working with local motorcoach operators, Rally has provided hundreds of thousands of rides to sporting events, music festivals, concerts, political rallies, college holiday break transportation, and other "events." For this opportunity area, Rally proposes working with local businesses in the Impact Area to create pop-up mass transit options to help workers commute to their workplace with the capacity and scale of a motorcoach rather than small cars and vans. Employees and employers can aggregate demand for commuting needs for workers without cars or far away from reliable public transit stops and create commuting routes that reduce cost, traffic, and increases transportation capacity for residents, visitors, and workers in and to the Impact Area.