Teton Rideshare

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Teton Rideshare Program

Duet is partnering with a non-profit organization in Jackson, WY to bring the Teton Rideshare Program to all commuters in the Teton region across Idaho and Wyoming. The program is a non-profit initiative supported by Friends of Pathways, 1% For The Tetons, businesses and communities in the area such as Teton Village Association.

Our mission: The program is set up to promote carpooling among commuters to effectively reduce traffic congestion in the region, commute cost to individuals, protect the land and wildlife, and reduce carbon emission.

How do I get started? Download the Duet app, and start carpooling now!


How does Duet Work

Duet creates and manages a commuter network for you so that you are not tied down by a specific schedule or other people's schedule. With Duet, you can carpool with one member to work in the morning, and return with another member in the afternoon. We take care of all the logistic hassles so you can just sit back and fly in the carpool lane.

Tap "Schedule a carpool"

The map shows your Duet community or network – the commuters with a similar commute to yours, whom you may ride with soon.

Pick A Commute

We currently support four commutes – today morning from home to work, today afternoon from work to home, tomorrow morning and tomorrow afternoon. Pick the commute that you're ready to schedule.

Create or Join A Carpool

If you see a new carpool card, tap "Take the wheel" to drive or "Grab a seat" to ride. In the Teton region, a driver can offer up to three seats for each commute. Duet will try to search and find you a fit. You will be notified once a match is found.

Or if you see available carpools created by others, just swipe through them to review and select one to join.

Meet & Ride

Once your carpool is confirmed or closed, it will be displayed on the home screen. Tap on the carpool icon and use the app to communicate and coordinate the pickup.

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