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What if I have an emergency and need a ride?

Certain emergencies qualify for coverage under Rideshare's Emergency Ride Home program, which provides a free or low-cost ride home for people who use sustainable transportation such as carpooling, vanpooling, public transit, bicycling and walking. Emerge ..more

How do I find a carpool partner?

Don’t know anyone to carpool with? No problem! Create an iRideshare account at and explore the Ride Match System to find a carpool partner near you. ..more

How does carpooling work?

A carpool is simple. It’s an arrangement between two or more people to make a regular journey in a single car, typically with each person taking turns to drive the others.  However, other carpools have just one driver who drives each commute. There are ..more

Rideshare Week

Super Commuter thanks YOU for making a smart commute choice! The goal of Rideshare Week is to develo ..more

Safe Routes to School

Wednesday, May 9th is Bike to School Day! This year, 35 schools across SLO County will participate by hosting welcomin ..more

Back ‘N’ Forth Club

What is the Back 'N' Forth Club? The Back ‘N’ Forth Club is a free program of SLO Regional Rideshare that assists employers in educating and empowering their employees to make smart commute choices by supplying them with the tools and incen ..more


Cut your commute costs by 50-70 ..more


SLO Regional Rideshare is a division within the San Luis Obispo Council of Governments (SLOCOG). In addition to SLOCOG, Rideshare works closely with the following partners: San Luis Obispo Regional Trans ..more