Eligible Expenses

Commuter Eligible Expenses

Transit Ordering and Reimbursement Process
Place your transit orders by logging in to your online CONEXIS account at

IMPORTANT: Additional documentation is not required for transit expenses that are purchased online through your CONEXIS account.

In limited cases, cash reimbursement for eligible commuter expenses may be included in your employer's plan design. If this applies to your plan, you will need to submit the standard documentation noted below.

Parking and Transit Reimbursement Documentation
Reimbursement requests must include standard documentation. Submit these required documents:

  • A signed and dated reimbursement form along with an itemized receipt that shows the date of service and amount charged.
  • A receipt is required unless receipts are unobtainable through the normal course of business (e.g., metered parking). If a receipt is not available, the participant should check the appropriate box under Supporting Documentation on the reimbursement form.
  • Reimbursement requests must be submitted within 180 days after payment was made.

Submission Process
CONEXIS offers three ways to submit reimbursement requests:

  • Online claim submission at You will need a scanner to use this method.
  • Fax reimbursement forms and supporting documentation to the attention of Reimbursement Account Services using the number listed on your form.
  • Mail reimbursement forms and copies of supporting documents to the address on your form.

Commuter Expense List

Parking Expenses (2016 Monthly Maximum: $255)

Park and ride expenses Yes Standard
Parking meters (at or near work) Yes Standard
Parking passes Yes Standard

Transit Expenses (2016 Monthly Maximum: $255**)

Bus Yes Online Order
Car maintenance No N/A
Commercial vanpool Yes Online Order
Ferry Yes Online Order
Gasoline No N/A
Mileage No N/A
Streetcar Yes Online Order
Subway Yes Online Order
Taxis No N/A
Tolls No N/A
Train Yes Online Order
Transit passes Yes Online Order

* In some cases, cash reimbursement may be allowed; if applicable, see transit reimbursement requirements noted above.

** The Omnibus Appropriations Act, signed into law on December 18, 2015, allows parking and transit benefits to have permanent parity. This means the monthly pre-tax limit is the same amount for both transit and parking benefits. The parity is also retroactive to January 1, 2015, and the $250 monthly pre-tax limit set for parking in 2015 applies at the same amount for transit benefits. Please consult your tax advisor for more details.


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