Upgrade your commute by carpooling with Waze. Plan your rides and match with fellow commuters going your way. It's easy, affordable and eco-friendly.
Why Waze Carpool?
- Schedule your rides for the week and stay on track with reminders
- Filter your matches based on gender, workplace, and personalized groups
- Share the cost of commuting
- Say hello to the express lane
- Reduce traffic and help the planet
NOTICE: The Waze Carpool app is for riders only. Are you a driver who wants to offer rides to commuters? Download the original Waze app and tap the carpooling icon to get started. Waze Carpool is currently available in the United States, Brazil, Mexico and Israel. Keep it installed and we’ll notify you as soon as it becomes available in your area!
Upgrade your commute with this helpful update:
- Reply to messages from other carpoolers without opening the app.
- Never miss a ride! Easily add carpools to your calendar.
Ratings and Reviews
Good use for long commute, but needs more improvements
I used it for commute from South Bay to sf. It saved me to some degree, and cheaper than Scoop. However, there are a few bugs on the application. One is that once the time is approaching, I cannot open the pickup address on map anymore, which means I can only guess if I get the right place, based on the moving spot on the built-in map. Also the speed is slow when I click some buttons sometimes, and I cannot see the messages from drivers immediately when the notification is pushed to my phone. But I will keep using it, since it is so cheap and the best choice in carpool!
Spoke too soon...
I honestly thought I would love this app. Upon downloading it I’d already received $30 in Ride credits and found many drivers who matched my route. I thought I had hit the carpool jackpot. Until it actually came to using the app. You have to send requests to drivers on the same route as you, with a time and pickup/drop off spot that are convenient. The first time I sent a request to a driver 2 days before I needed the ride. The driver declined the request. Ok, surely I could contact the other matches. None have responded. I checked their profiles, and it seems all of the drivers who I have matched with (including the one who rejected riding with me) are new drivers themselves and are either inactive or not really ready to ride other people. Even as I tried changing my route destination to get more available drivers, 90% of the drivers just didn’t respond to my request at all. It’s been 2 weeks since my last request. I now feel discouraged to ride with WAZE since the ride credits will expire soon and I have not been able to communicate with a single driver
I downloaded this app in January, 2019. Been checking faithfully to join carpools, sending inquiry messages regularly (as many as 30 per week since the app recommends you ask daily for rides). Have gotten only a single response in nearly 9 months and that was “no, I don’t go that way - not sure why Waze Carpool indicated I did.” I even set up a group seeking other riders in hopes of establishing a new carpool. Nada. Zip. Zilch. I don’t entirely blame the app; those seeking riders could be more responsive to those of us seeking drivers. But the algorithm the app uses to “match” drivers with riders doesn’t seem to be entirely accurate either. So, after nearly 9 months of use, I am deleting the app and counting it a lesson learned, albeit a disappointing one. I do not typically use “social” apps, but now I know the “networking” aspect of social apps is entirely dependent on the willingness of its participants to actually NETWORK, making this apps daily reminder to ask for rides... worthless. Forced to give the app one star to post this review, otherwise would have rated it NO stars.
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Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.