The Google-owned navigation company is expanding from its home base of Israel, where it first started testing ride-sharing. But unlike Lyft and Uber, Waze is specifically targeting companies whose employees live in San Francisco and commute to the South Bay. Using the new app Waze Rider, more than 25,000 employees can now get a ride with Waze drivers to and from work. PM
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