Bus Rideshare

Rally moves communities. Our technology connects you with other riders going to the same event or destination, then delivers high-end buses to get you there and back. Choose from preset trips or set up your own, then share your trip, invite friends, and relax...your ride is covered.

Book your ride

Find your event and choose your Rally Point. Don't see one near you? Create your own

Help is available whenever you need it: we offer email, social, and phone support 7 days a week.

Share the trip

$5 CREDIT towards your next booking when friends use your referral code!

Our rideshare is for communinities and spreading the word makes trips happen.

Share your trip with friends and watch the bus fill up! We will notify you when the trip is confirmed.


When your friends ride using your code, you earn $5!

Join The Community

Stay connected on our social channels to join the conversation!

Enjoy the journey

Download our mobile app for live status updates about your upcoming trip.

Live Bus Tracking

Watch your bus arrive in real-time on the day of and get notifications as they happen.

Scan, swipe, or tap

Check in at the kiosk on the bus. Your friendly driver will welcome you aboard! Don't have your booking info? Just give your name to the driver and they'll check you in.

Bask afterwards

Know that you chose the best way to travel to events and destinations for communnities.

Collect miles on every trip you take and redeem them as credit on your next one.

Discover and Create

Rally offers service to every event we can think of...but we know you have even more places to go together! Create your own Rally to any event (like your wedding or secret warehouse party)!


Share your trip experience with us and give us any feedback you may have. We continuously strive to improve and can only do that with your help.

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