Put the Bay Area’s empty seats to good use!

Carma Carpooling allows you to set up trips on the fly or in advance, while automatically sharing the cost of driving
Download for iPhone or Android and get there together today!


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How it Works

Simple
We’ve made it way easier to start a trip.
Just hop in and enjoy the ride!

Fast
We’ve made the app way quicker to navigate.
Try it for yourself!

Smart
We use your preferences to match you with the right people.
Just browse and get in touch!


Carma Rewards

Living or working in Contra Costa, Marin or Sonoma County
We’ve got some great rewards for you!

Get Carma

Sign up.
Get $5 free Carma credit

Give Carma

Take your first trip or give someone
their first trip. Get $10 from Carma

Live Carma

Share 50 trips.
Get $50 from Carma



Your Questions Answered

Profiles

Decide who to Carmapool with by learning more about people. Just tap on each person's profile. All profiles are verified by email, Facebook or phone number.

Who is Carma?

Through our smartphone app, we help people find each other when they are traveling the same direction and allow riders and drivers to electronically share the cost of commuting.

Star Ratings

Carmapoolers are invited to rate the trips they take with each other. Each person's average star rating is available to view on their profile.

Cost

Riders pay $0.20 per mile, and 85% goes straight into the driver’s Carma account. If you prefer not to charge your rider, drivers can check the “Give a Free Ride” box at the end of your carpool trip.

Cash-less Payments

All payments are completed electronically at the end of each Carmapool. Carma Credits can be purchased via PayPal or by credit card.

Insurance

As a driver you do not make a profit using Carma. So, there is no impact on your auto insurance and no tax implications. It is just the same as if you were driving a friend, family member or neighbor.

Messaging

Learn more about your Carma matches by sending them a message.

Funding

Carma came to the Bay Area in 2012 thanks to a grant from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission’s Climate Grant Initiative. This is a pilot program to test real-time carpooling technology in conjunction with the Sonoma County Transportation Authority, the Transportation Authority of Marin and the Contra Costa Transportation Authority who applied for the grant.



The Carma Community

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Get in touch


Email

Send a mail to your local community manager, Teresa Gaynor

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Bug Report

Send a report through Zendesk if you are having any issues

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Social Media

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