Google Tests Carpooling Service In San Francisco In Waze

Google Tests Carpooling Service In San Francisco In Waze

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Google’s popular navigation app Waze is testing its new Carpooling service in San Francisco. The company is going to release ‘Waze Rider’ application through which 25,000 people will be connected in the Bay area. People who are interested in carpooling will join this new Waze app and it will help them to travel together.

Approximately, you’ll have to pay $0.54 per mile, in a carpool. You pay the driver.

Companies like Walmart eCommerce and Adobe are also taking part in the trial, along with University of California (San Francisco).

http://https://youtu.be/OiCRM2c4T84

 

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