Tripda is aimed at people who want to fill an empty seat in the car for a long trip. But this isn’t exactly hitchhiking – money must change hands.
This Pakistani startup has just lured in a former Rocket Internet executive as it plots a roadmap to expansion.
Today Uber is expanding "People’s Uber" from the capital, opening up the cheapest ride option to six new Chinese cities.
Carpooling has blown up in Europe. But the same can't yet be said for other parts of the world.
GoTogether wants people to save money, reduce carbon footprint, and make new friends through its ridesharing app.
"Share rides on [sic] a fast, easy, sustainable way," reads Tripda's website.
Uber, which first launched its app-connected limo service in Beijing in April, is now trying something new in the Chinese capital. Yesterday, Uber rolled out a ridesharing program especially for Beiji...
Haha isn’t China’s first carpooling app, but it looks to be the most promising so far.
Pakistan's Savaree forms a community of drivers and potential passengers within its mobile app, allowing users to post routes and connect with people going the same way.
We’re all used to tapping on an app to help us find our way or book tickets for a trip, but the newest wave of transportation apps go far beyond that.
Lord knows China has traffic problems. Getting from point A to point B can be a nightmare in almost any Chinese city if you try it at the wrong time of day, and if you’re really unlucky you could end ...
Traveling on a taxi is expensive in Singapore: A trip from a housing estate to the Central Business District could easily set you back S$20 or more. A new mobile app called GoMyWay can make it cheaper...