Google’s Waze carpool service is coming to more cities in the US and Latin America

Furthering its mission to battle vehicular traffic, Google-owned navigation firm Waze is gearing up to expand its Carpool service to more cities across the US and Latin America, reports The Wall Street Journal. The company first began testing its public ridesharing app in Tel Aviv, Israel in July 2015; 10 months later, it launched trials in San Francisco. Waze hasn’t specified which cities it will be available in, but the Brazilian metropolis of Sao Paolo might be first on the list, as CEO Noam Bardin said he had a meeting with its mayor recently. The expansion will take place over…

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