Ford’s Ride-Sharing Chariot Service Expands to Seattle

Photo courtesy of Ford
Photo courtesy of Ford

Ford has expanded its Chariot ride-sharing service to Seattle.

Chariot is a crowd-sourced shuttle service that operates 14-passenger Ford Transit vans. These shuttles pick up passengers headed in the same direction along optimized routes.

The shuttle service serves companies wanting to provide transportation solutions to their employees — from last-mile service, to Park & Rides, to providing direct service to underserved neighborhoods, according to Ford.

Ford’s Chariot ride-sharing service currently operates in San Francisco and Austin.

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