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What is Rideshare Week?

Rideshare Week in San Luis Obispo County occurs every October. Anyone can commute for cash and win big prizes if they register and log their commutes throughout the month at iRideshare. Visit our Ri ..more




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 iRideshare.org 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

Save these Dates: Rideshare Week 2018 is coming October 1-5! Mark your calendar for the biggest celebration of smart commuting in SLO County! We will once again ask you to take action by pledging to make a smart commute choice, but with a new a ..more




Safe Routes to School

K-12 Students can take the bus for free this summer! Learn more about the Youth Ride Free summer transit program >> Student Bus Passes ..more




Back ‘N’ Forth Club

The Back ‘N’ Forth Club is a free program of SLO Regional Rideshare that assists commuters and employers in San Luis Obispo County through education and empowerment tools that alleviate traffic congestion, help commuters sav ..more




Carpool

Cut your commute costs by 50-70 ..more




Partners

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