The city of Summit, New Jersey is turning to ridesharing instead of building new infrastructure for its commuters.
Starting Monday, residents of Summit with prepaid parking permits can secure free Uber rides to and from the Summit train station as part of a six-month pilot program. Those without prepaid permits can get the Uber rides for just $2 each way, which adds up to the $4 one-day parking pass.
Matthew Feeney Earlier this month UberX, Uber’s rideshare service, launched in four cities in South Carolina. Residents of Charleston, Greenville, Columbia, and Myrtle Beach are free to download Uber’s app and request a ride from a ...
Uber is offering free UberPool rides to its New York customers to attend a pro-Uber protest at noon on Tuesday at New York's City Hall. On Monday, Uber sent an email to its New York City customers, asking them to "Save Uber as you k...
Starting this week in the San Francisco Bay Area, the company is giving drivers a way to turn their commutes into a little extra cash. The post Uber Now Helps SF Drivers Get Rides During Long Commutes appeared first on WIRED.
Uber's latest product, a commuting feature, isn't debuting in its hometown San Francisco. Instead, Uber is turning to Chengdu, China, which the ride-hailing company says is its new top city by average daily ride volume.