Carpooling

Planners have long attempted to get travelers out of single occupant vehicles. It’s been a tough challenge—a little like sweeping water up hill. Blog Post
Feb 25, 2015   By Steven Polzin
"Casual carpooling," an informal system involving commuting with complete strangers, has taken off in the Bay Area. Passengers and drivers cite money, time, and the environment for its success.
Feb 11, 2009   GOOD Magazine
<p>With gas prices at more than $9 per gallon in Britain, driving habits are changing.</p>
Jul 8, 2008   The Christian Science Monitor
<p>Employers in the Seattle area are outpacing City Hall in providing incentives to employees not to drive to work in single occupancy cars. A state law even requires companies with 100 or more commuters to provide alternative commuting plans.</p>
Jul 3, 2008   The Seattle Times
<p>Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority used to slap motorists with heavy fines for ridesharing. Faced with exploding population growth and 8 million tourists a year, officials have changed their tune.</p>
May 22, 2008   The National, Abu Dhabi
<p>Residents in the small town of Qualicum Beach on Vancouver Island are starting a citywide carpooling program to help provide for people without cars after the city's underused public transit system was shut down.</p>
Mar 17, 2008   The Vancouver Sun