(Waze Photo) Waze is enlarging its carpooling service nationally, and as an element of this program the Google-owned traffic and navigation app will offer rides from 50 Amazon distribution centres. Waze Carpool helps users find, connect, and ride with each other to save time and money. The app, updated earlier this season, matches drivers already going somewhere with riders who have comparable commutes and personal preferences. Besides this Amazon tie-in, Waze is partnering with cities, firms, transit services, and civic organizations to integrate its carpooling support. Waze said there will be approximately 247 million cars on U.S. streets by 2020. The agency aims to cut trafficwhich Waze states is at an all-time high, with 75 percent of people driving by themselves. The agency started in California last year, and expanded to Washington state in March, marking the its initial statewide rollout. At the moment, Waze CEO Noam Bardin stated the Washington rollout are a testing ground for enlarging the support moving forward. Prior to the launch, Waze Carpool was accessible 13 U.S. states in Addition to Israel and Brazil. Waze joins a rising amount of carpooling programs, including providers from ride-hailing giants Uber and Lyft, which provide shared transportation choices. Bardin, that foreshadowed that the Amazon tie-in earlier this season, has said Waze’s service targets people with longer commutes, that might otherwise spend one hour by themselves. “If you think about Amazon, it’s not about the engineer,” Bardin said at the Washington launch event. “It is about the individual working at the warehouse. That’s where I think we could make the biggest impact.” The business has worked as a standalone enterprise. Waze eventually plans on archiving by accepting a cut of each transaction.