Launching the app, Rai said it would help users find carpool options within a radius of 1-5km.
"This app will help users a lot during the odd-even scheme. Fathers going to school to pick up their children in the afternoon can opt for carpooling with the help of this app," he said.
Rai said the app would have a chat feature that will help users communicate with the car driver without even mentioning their numbers which would ensure safety to the women users.
Under the odd-even scheme, petrol and diesel driven vehicles with odd and even registration numbers will ply on alternate dates.
The scheme is not applicable to CNG vehicles, two-wheelers, women motorists, cars carrying school children in uniform and several kinds of VIPs. Violators will attract a penalty of Rs. 2,000.