BlaBlaCar's Chief Executive speaks to Megan Lampinen about tackling environmental concerns through shared journeys. Read the article
CEO and co-founder of the French ride-sharing company, Nicolas Brusson, tells Martin Friel how it will solve ‘the empty car seat problem’. Read article.
Carpooling saves more than 1.6 million tonnes of CO2 a year, whilst doubling the number of people travelling.
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BlaBlaCar, a carpooling app, on Tuesday said drivers listed 184,000 rides — three times more than an average Tuesday. BlaBlaCar is hoping that the strikes will help lure commuters to BlaBlaLines, its new short-distance, commuter carpooling service. Read article.
BlaBlaCar is in 22 countries spanning four continents, and it’s dead simple to use. (...) With Blablacar, there’s a sense that drivers and passengers are on a level playing field; that the relationship isn’t just transactional. Read more here.
BlaBlaCar announced an effort to optimize its ride-sharing for long-distance rides for people who don’t live in major hubs. In addition, the company has a new logo. Read more on TechCrunch.
The startup is unveiling a new look and features designed to expand its utility and appeal to a greater range of users. Read the article here.
Long distance carpooling is a new option in the public transportation tab displayed by Google Maps if you're looking to travel on long-distance rides between two cities. More information on TechCrunch.