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Can you earn by sharing personal vehicles?

You might have read the news that Mr. Nitin Nair was penalised by Mumbai cops for sharing his personal car with strangers. Read more at goo.gl/VNFxH9 It is in larger interest of our society that we are discussing about it. Law seems to be ambiguous on ride-sharing on personal vehicles however many carpool apps do provide features where one can share… Continue Reading…


“I’m The Traffic” instead “I’m In The Traffic”

Abstract Bengaluru and many other large cities are facing huge crisis in terms of traffic and pollution. In this article, we are trying to highlight the fact that citizens need to take control in their hands instead of waiting for a miracle to happen. Citizens need to understand that “I’m The Traffic” instead “I’m in the traffic”. We are analyzing… Continue Reading…


RideAlly connects odd-even vehicle owners

  Watch video on a Solution to reduce pollution and traffic in large cities.. Delhi Govt has come up with a rule that odd number cars will not run on even days of the month and even number cars will not run on odd days of the month from January 01, 2016. This rule has come due to high pollution in… Continue Reading…


Surge in sharing rides to workplace

  Let me share a good news that we have seen a surge in users who are going to their workplaces in shared way, post Bengaluru Traffic Police’s support to RideAlly. Some has adopted carpooling or bikepooling and others are sharing taxis to their workplaces. Many users have shared their positive experiences with us. We did analyze that why do we see… Continue Reading…


RideAlly is supported by Bengaluru Traffic Police to enable Carpooling

      (In above photo, Founder/CEO of RideAlly, Hariprakash Agrawal is with Addl Commissioner of Police, Dr M A Saleem and Smt V Manjula, IAS, Principal Secretary, IT-BT.) On Oct 21, 2015, Bengaluru Traffic Police (BTP) launched Carpooling campaign and it was well announced by Addl. Commissioner of Police (Traffic) Dr. Saleem on twitter on Oct 21, 2015, “Car pooling… Continue Reading…


Traffic Police at Bengaluru promotes Carpooling

It has been many years that many of us started to talk about carpooling or ridesharing to reduce traffic congestion and reach faster to the destination. It has many benefits however it has not been very successful due to trust, safety and security issues. Many entrepreneurs took initiative to enable carpooling but have been burning their cash/time without much success.… Continue Reading…


RideAlly most used location

We just thought to provide glimpses of the maximum searches done or rides created on RideAlly. The most rides are searched in Hyderabad and Bangalore cities while other cities are catching up. The most searched locations in Hyderabad and Bangalore are: Hyderabad Airport Madhapur Microsoft ICICI Bank Miyapur Lingampally Secunderabad Kukatpally Mindspace/ Raheja IT park Infosys Gachibowli Banjara Hills Chanda… Continue Reading…


RideAlly @ IIIT Hyderabad R&D Showcase Event

IIIT Hyderabad R&D Showcase Event R&D Showcase event was 2 days event to showcase various research activities done at IITH and Startups working in CiE and Launchpad of IITH. It was wonderful experience to be part of this event and we got chance to resolve various myths of Ride Sharing to diverse groups of visitors. Visitors included: Journalist from various… Continue Reading…


New RideAlly App and Website Release

Today, we released the Android App and Website. What’s New: Find rides in your city or your neighbor with single click. Create a Ride in less than 20 seconds using templates. Offer and Need rides in different colors so you can find which one to use Selecting location using MAP so one can select location which are not there in Google places any… Continue Reading…


Guidelines

Welcome to RideAlly Blog. Lots of us have taken Lift during our college days, when we did not have money to hire auto / no local transportation (forget taxi) or didn’t want to walk long distance. We use to take lift from Hostel Campus to College (around 2 KM dist). Folks used to give lift as we were college student… Continue Reading…