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1. Introduction
2. Differences
3. Carpool Types
4. Case Studies
5. Advantages
6. Get Started


Take advantage of the sustainability and cost benefits of dynamic carpooling.

"Our roads are full of cars, not people. We need to create sustainable solutions for future generations."

What about the Safety and Security of carpoolers?

Open vs Exclusive Networks

The most common carpool model is based on an open network, where every user in the system can potentially get matched with unknown members of the public. However, this can raise security concerns for organisations and institutions that want to provide a safe carpooling service among a common employee or student base.

Liftango creates private networks for each of our clients.

Within private networks, carpoolers are typically all traveling to and from the same workplace, school or other same location.

do these problems sound familiar?

Common issues to address when considering Carpooling

Team members leaving due to commute frustration
Newly-built parking facilities—but still not meeting the demand
Customers and employees complaining about a lack of parking

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Case Study Feature:
Woolworths Group

Woolworths Group head office had severe parking congestion. With parking under huge strain, every morning and afternoon resulted in having to rely on parking valet staff to double park cars in, which was a costly and time consuming effort.

At Bella Vista, Woolworths Group has 6500 employees, communicating and implementing behavioural change posed a huge challenge. Alongside this, Woolworths has pledged to reduce their carbon emissions by 10%. It seemed logical that finding a sustainable way to reduce the number of vehicles traveling to site each day would become a focal point of this strategy.

Learn how we took 6607 cars off the road

About Liftango

Why is Carpooling a long-term viable option?

Scalable carpool technology to grow with your business.

Let's work Together.

See rapid results

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Launch in two weeks

You need fast results. We can deliver. Our turnkey modular solution gets you up and running quickly.

Incentivising positive behaviour

Compelling incentives that motivate people to rideshare. It'll get you the result your want. Faster.

Curb parking congestion

Fewer cars means more parking availability. You'll have happier employees, students or customers.

Make Data-Driven Decisions

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Own your data

We know better data means better decisions. You have full access to and ownership of your data. Always.

Understand commute challenges

We'll help you understand your commuters needs and provide you a service that keeps them sharing trips.

Track performance in real-time

Easily benchmark performance and measure success. We'll provide the platform so you can stay informed.

More Satisfied Employees & Customers

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Secure and exclusive

We create 'trusted' networks so users are secure. This means faster uptake and repeated use.

Make commuting fun

Give your employees more ways to connect. Less stress and new connections make commuting fun.

Improve site access

Less cars, means less parking probems. Your staff and customers will thank you.

Technology Characteristics

An efficient carpool program should have three main characteristics.
See the different types of carpooling model available below.

Reduce Costs

Personalised & Convenient

Real-time scheduling & matching


A form of casual carpooling, this is where passengers line up at known carpooling locations and wait for drivers requiring a carpool passenger to pick them up.


Live vehicle tracking for operations

Manual assignment of vehicle dispatch

Can promote unsafe carpooling practices as people line up on the side of the road.

Inconvenient if there is bad weather

No data collection or benefit analysis

Casual carpooling

This is a private arrangement between two individuals to ride with each other.

No formal arrangement to guide performance for organisations

Requires organisation between two private parties

Static match carpooling

Generally a website-facilitated matching of individuals travelling between two common areas.

No vehicle routing support

Typically matching occurs from common postcodes posted by individuals

Manual matching can be required by a team of support staff

Scheduled matching

Periodic matching of individuals traveling a similar journey which is facilitated by either a website, smartphone application or manual administrative team.

Matching occurs either once or twice a day at certain times

Queues requests until scheduling occurs

No ability to handle real-time requests

Limited reporting of carpool activity available

Dynamic matching

This is the most powerful of all carpooling programs.

It will handle scheduling and matching in real-time and provide drivers with automated navigation requirements for pickup and routing to their destination.

Some platforms may even integrate with commute platforms and parking facilities providing drivers and riders with additional carpool benefits.

Some platforms may not be able to validate trips adequately and carpool fraud can become a problem

You’re in good company

Join the many organisations leveraging the power of shared mobility.

What our Customers say

The Liftango Team is a delight to partner with. The team are approachable, hardworking and have a real passion for what they do. They have supported us through the transition from permit based parking to virtual carpool parking!

Reeta Lad, Parking & Traffic Manager
Monash University
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