Definition of carpool
: to participate in a car pool
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Murphy happens to be a St. Ignatius grad and used to carpool with Ruggeri to school - though that was far from Ruggeri's mind at the time of the shoot.
In May, the Florida Department of Transportation and South Florida Commuter Services, a commuter assistance program, challenged drivers to try transit or carpooling in six Southeast Florida counties from Monroe to St. Lucie.
One time, Klein and Levy were carpooling on the 836 heading to their West Kendall homes.
Third baseman Nolan Arenado recounted the time Blackmon carpooled back from the airport after returning from a road swing only to remember his car was still there.
Those looking to carpool will be able to reserve rides up to seven days in advance.
Those emissions can be reduced by taking public transit (3 pounds of CO2), carpooling or biking, all of which still keep the commute around half an hour and cost less.
Roberta Mikles, a retired nurse from Rancho Bernardo was one of those who got up early Tuesday to carpool north to Sacramento for the rally.
Developers can also build services like carpooling or delivery systems that will connect drivers to local merchants looking for people to drop off food, groceries or other products.
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