Google has more than just self-driving vehicles on its roadmap.

The company’s navigation app Waze, which it acquired in 2013 for a reported $1 billion, launched a carpooling pilot program for commuters in Tel Aviv, Israel, on Monday, powered with the help of its Waze community.

The standalone app, called RideWith, connects drivers with passengers who have similar commutes, such as to work or home from the airport. The concept allows drivers and passengers to potentially minimize transportation costs and parking stress, as well as cut down the number of cars on the road.

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