Rideshare between cities affordably
and comfortably with student drivers
College is hard enough. Make getting home easy.
No more scrolling on Facebook, we've done all the hard work for you
You can find all Facebook and Craigslist rides on PoolUp.
Spend no more time to scroll for hours to find the perfect ride. PoolUp offers the easiest, fastest, and most stress-free ride finding experience for free.
Cancellation refund policy for passengers and drivers
With a cancellation penalty, we encourage both UCSB riders and drivers to be accountable and reliable
User Profile and
Know who you’re in the car with
You can preview your passenger or driver’s profile to see if they are trustworthy. Our built in rating system also lets you leave and receive reviews from fellow PoolUppers.
Made for college students, with student budgets in mind
No more paying $200 for a round trip flight or $60 for a slow train ride. With PoolUp, only pay for reasonable costs for your trips.
On weekends when all the busses and trains were booked, PoolUp saved the day!! You get cheap rides and you can give rides to those in need while covering your own expenses. Everyone was so lovely. I’d do it again in a heartbeat!
Great app! Simple, fast, and beautiful. It's like AirBnB for ride-sharing. So glad this is a thing now... I feel safe offering and taking rides with the app, with PoolUp’s transparency efforts.
Meet Our Team!
We are working hard to bring affordable and reliable college traveling to you!
Founder & CEO
UIUX Design Lead
PoolUp Featured Rides
UCSB -> UCLA
UCSB -> LAX
UCSB -> Union Station
UCLA -> UCSB
LAX -> UCSB
Union Station -> UCSB
More cities coming soon
We now offer 2+ rides per week on each route below at $35 per seat
Earn money for a drive you were doing anyway
Pick up and drop-off riders exactly along your route
PoolUp passengers pay ahead and are 95% less likely to bail
Looking for a ride?
Scroll less and find all Facebook Rideshare Group rides on PoolUp
Travel affordably and comfortably with the student community
Leave from your neighborhood instead of a bus/train station