Did you perchance mean reshaping?
American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The act or an instance of sharing motor vehicle transportation with another or others, especially among commuters.
- ride + sharing (Wiktionary)
“The software will offer commune-specific management features, such as ridesharing and bartering systems.”
“It's a ridesharing system that hooks up drivers with passengers via the web, and it's running now in a few cities.”
“Transportation--In partnership with RideAmigos, The Recording Academy is sponsoring a ridesharing program for awards attendees.”
“Because of the skyrocketing costs of oil and gas (CNN, on my TV right now in the background, has another headline of oil surging), people are driving less (AAA accurately predicted this for Memorial Day weekend) by either walking, bicycling, buying and using electric scooters or even motorcycles, or taking advantage of ridesharing and public transit.”
“Carpooling and ridesharing serve a different demographic.”
“Share your tips: What's your secret to successful ridesharing? iPhone”
“If it sounds far off, consider the growing number of startups now racing to capitalize on rising fuel costs, increased congestion, shrinking budgets, and advances in technology that could make ridesharing more convenient.”
“Why should those Washingtonians who are doing their part to lower emissions and reduce traffic be punished for ridesharing?”
“It is also the case that ridesharing was the sector at UBC which was hardest hit by UPass.”
“Three years later, she launched GoLoco. org, an online ridesharing community, based out of Cambridge, Mass.”
Looking for tweets for ridesharing.