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Zimride is a private ridesharing network for UW Seattle

Miles Posted: 7,011,985
Potential CO2 Reduced: 1,542,636 lbs

Rideshare All-Stars

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Do you know a group of carpoolers or vanpoolers who model smart commute choices through ridesharing and help others to do the same? CLICK HERE to nominate them for the RIDESHARE ALL-STARS recognition program!

UW Commuter Commons

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The UW Commuter Commons (HUB 141) provides services, community and resources for students living outside of the U-District. Come find your home away from home!

Don't Forget Zimride Over the Summer

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Using Zimride to plan your next trip can save you money by sharing the ride. It's free and easy to find a ride or post one of your own.

Zimride Commute Calendar

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Track your commuting patterns using our handy Commute Calendar. It not only tracks what form of transportation you are using but how many pounds of CO2 emissions and money you are saving. If you are looking for a commute partner, use Zimride to post and find a commute going your way.

Log your Commute

UW NetID login

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Use of Zimride requires the release of personal information (name & email). By logging in you permit the release of this information to Zimride. Logging in also indicates you agree to Zimride's Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

What is UW Seattle Zimride?

Zimride is a fun and easy way to share the seats in your car or catch a ride. With Zimride, you can find UW Seattle friends, classmates, and coworkers going the same way you are.

Who can use this site?

UW Seattle Zimride requires a UW NetID to gain access. Once you are signed in, you can link your Facebook account to your Zimride profile. This automatically refreshes your profile picture and enhances your ability to find mutual friends to match with.

Have a car? Need a ride?

UW Seattle 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.