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Zimride is a private ridesharing network for Facebook.

Miles Posted: 1,759,600
Potential CO2 Reduced: 387,112 lbs

Welcome to Facebook Zimride


This program is designed for Facebook employees to share rides with one another with the hope of helping to alleviate traffic related stress, save on commuting related costs, and foster a sense of community through networking and collaboration -- all while working to reduce our carbon footprint. Welcome and enjoy your ride!

Logging Your Commute is Easy!


Track your commuting patterns using our handy Commute Calendar. It not only tracks what form of transportation you are using but how many lbs of CO2 emissions and costs you are saving.

Log your Commute

Join a Vanpool & Reduce Your Commute Costs


Facebook has partnered with Enterprise Rideshare to offer vanpool services to eligible Facebook employees as a way to save on their daily commuting costs. Go to the Facebook Vanpool page to see what current vanpools are available and which are accepting new riders. If you are interested in learning more about how a vanpool, the monthly costs and what possible subsidies might be available;contact the Vanpool Program Administrator.

Additional Resources

Zimride Help & Support FAQ

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What is Facebook Zimride?

Zimride is a fun and easy way to share the seats in your car or catch a ride. With Zimride, you can find other Facebook associates going the same way you are.

Who can use this site?

Facebook Zimride requires that you are a Facebook employee, so in order to access the site, you must sign in using your Facebook account (or email address).

Have a car? Need a ride?

Facebook Zimride helps you offer or request rides for commutes, road trips, and popular events. If you have a car, split costs by offering rides. If you don't have a car, find rides where you need to go.