Omaha Carpool Omaha Ride sharing
OmahaCarpool.com and CarpoolOmaha.com
Our privately-run Omaha carpool program will cover Douglas, Sarpy, and Washington counties in Nebraska. It will also include Pottawattamie and Mills counties in Iowa. Additionally, our carpool matching service will include people traveling to or from the cities along I-80 between, Omaha and York...including Gretna, Ashland, Greenwood, Waverly, and Lincoln, Nebraska. Upon request (if we receive enough demand), we may add the towns along I-80 between Omaha and Des Moines, Iowa.
While we are still developing the carpool account matching system for the Omaha / Council Bluffs metro area, here's how we expect it to work:
A person person wishing to find a carpooling partner will create an account on OmahaCarpool.com in either English or Spanish. They will enter both their entering starting and destination locations. Others in search of carpooling partners will do the same. Then, when a match is found (similar beginning and destination points), an e-mail will be sent to introduce you to your potential carpooling match. Of course, this is all private. While you are required to use your real name when you create your account, your real name will NEVER be given to any other carpoolers. OmahaCarpool.com will only share e-mail addresses with potential carpooling matches.
All of this will be FREE to users. We promise no annoying pop-ups, nor will we ever sell or distribute your e-mail to spammers!
As with anything and everything online, we encourage caution when using this service. We cannot be responsible for any problems that may occur. OmahaCarpool.com strongly suggests meeting with a potential carpool match in a public place before carpooling.
We are currently creating a web site, OmahaCarpool.com, to help people interested in carpooling to find each other. We anticipate that the site will be available in the next month or so. Please continue to check back to this web site for more information.
This photo of Omaha, Nebraska, and Council Bluffs, Iowa, was taken by Ron Reiring.
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