Connect San Mateo – Car Share. Bike Share. Transit. Shuttles. And more.

Car Share. Bike Share. Transit. Shuttles. And More.



Temporary Carpool Incentive Program for San Mateo County:

Carpool in San Mateo County! Is available to residents or commuters who work in San Mateo County.

Sign up with Scoop and receive up to a $4 incentive on your carpool ride!

Carpool With Your Co-Workers and Neighbors! The app automatically links drivers and riders to other users as close as possible to their origins and destinations. This includes door-to-door pickups and drop-offs.  This is a special promotion to earn up to $4 per day by carpooling. ($2 each way per day).
Download the Scoop app here.

How Does Carpool In San Mateo County! Work?  Drivers and riders using Scoop will automatically receive the $2 incentive per person during commute periods (5:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.), with a maximum of $4 per day.

How Do I Sign Up?  The program is available now on the Scoop app downloadable from iTunes and Google Play.

Safe and Flexible  Drivers using the Scoop app already have their motor vehicle histories checked. Use it once a week or every day at the times that works for you.

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San Mateo has many different commute options available, but did you know carpooling is now easier than ever!  Some of us have commutes that require driving instead of taking public transport and carpooling is now more flexible and less time consuming than in the past.

There are many new carpooling services and mobile apps that can cut the cost of commuting in half and save wear and tear on your car. Plus, you will help the environment and minimize traffic by getting another car off the road.  These services work with your schedule because you can use it once a day, once a week, or both ways every day.

Visit to view the list of services and downloadable apps currently offering carpool services in San Mateo and start saving time and money –


Vanpooling is a great option for people with longer commutes. Vanpools usually comprise seven to 15 people who commute together daily in a van. Vanpools are more formal than carpools, with one person often serving as the driver/coordinator and riders sharing the cost of operating the vanpool. Vanpool members agree on their schedule, rules and pick-up locations, which can include Park & Ride lots or shopping centers.

To learn more about vanpooling or to sign up, visit even offers incentives for carpooling and vanpooling. Check to see if you are eligible!