sRide Innovative carpooling app launch in Hoboken

sRide Innovative carpooling app launch in Hoboken

sRide a new social community carpooling app, is the first of it’s kind to launch in Hoboken, NJ. sRide connects riders and drivers to help people within the community to carpool to save money and time, reduce traffic and stay green. Hoboken, a city in Hudson County, New Jersey has an area of 1.275 sq miles and a population of 50,000+. It is a unique, vibrant and urban community. sRide will not only help reduce Hoboken to traffic on the roads and parking issues but help bring together the aspects of community and social networks for the town. sRide is a personal carpool tool especially for the millennials in Hoboken and an easy way to find safe and friendly ride partners, and bring about a lifestyle change moving away from self-owned automobile dependency to shared services and active transportation. Hoboken, the birthplace of Frank Sinatra and baseball, we bring you a revolution in the world of carpooling that will change the face of transportation. Download the app at Apple Appstore and Google Playstore. Share with your friends and family and help us spread the...
sRide Carpooling – It’s the smarter way to earn new friend

sRide Carpooling – It’s the smarter way to earn new friend

sRide connects riders and drivers like you and me for ride sharing. More than that sRide helps you save money and reduce traffic, but the integral point which sets sRide apart from everyone else- it earns you a friend! A friend who rides with you. A friend who drives with you. A friend who make this earth better place to live with you. And in the end, that’s all that matters. We know that in US, single occupancy vehicles account for 77% of the travel daily. That’s’ around 127 million miles every single day. That’s a lot of money wasted, and a lot of gas. And a lot of commute time spent doing nothing. If we just learnt to share a ride every time we had to make a commute, we could solve a lot of these problems. 11,000,000,000 gallons of fuel and $36,000,000,000 can be saved every year. And what does all that take? If every passenger car carried just 1 additional commuter. That’s right, we literally just need one person to make that difference. And who would this person be? You. Ever noticed how much time we waste in our lives just sitting in the car on our way to work, driving all alone? Why don’t we carpool as much as we should? What is the key reason for all the traffic on the roads every single day? Ever thought of these questions? sRide is making entire carpooling experience seamless using under the hood cutting technology. we are trying to make commute easier and cheaper, but most importantly, make it worth it. At sRide, we follow the...
sRide – Tool for Commute Conundrum

sRide – Tool for Commute Conundrum

Maybe the world can live without food, maybe the world can live without water, but can the world really live with a commute? Birds migrate over continents, gazelles and wildebeest do it over plains, and even insects cross-pollinate over orchards, everybody’s always moving, constantly rushing, always going forth. And yet, as human beings, we are the only ones who complain incessantly about all our travelling woes. Without knowing it, we spend a major part of our life in transit, commuting for jobs, for schools, for social events, always in a massive hurry to get from point A to point B. Studies show that the average American spends a total of thirty eight hours every year stuck in traffic, and do you know what? In most major cities across the world, the typical car commuter spends more than 60 hours – that’s more than a week of work-time – sitting in their car, stuck. People may hate rush-hour traffic and all the hassles associated with it, but not enough to give up their cars. Still, at the end of the day, more than three-quarters of us prefer to drive to work alone. Only 5 percent use public transportation. Fewer still walk or ride bicycles. Do they enjoy wasting their money, their fuel, and most importantly, their time? We sure hope not. How do we make the commute more exciting? Can we make it add value to our lives? Do we maximize on these moments of self-inflicted isolation and do something productive with all the time we sit confined in our car? Like chalk out our life plans, dream a little...
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