We’ve teamed up with Goodwill® again to bring you a Winter Clothing Drive. If you’re in New York, San Francisco or Boston on Tuesday, November 25, you can request an on-demand donation pick-up of the clothes you no longer need.
Uber has been open for business for 6 weeks. How are we doing? Here’s an update on Uber for Business (U4B) from the #UberData Team.
The #UberData Team works on a prediction model that might tell us where you’re trying to ultimately end up, based on where you’re dropped off — and how we might use that to make your experience as a rider even better.
How do people use Uber to get to home openers of major sports in major US cities? Using #UberData from the 2013 season, we compare which sports and cities win out in our first ever Uber Sports Index.
One week after #ICanHasUberKITTENS, we reflect on the meows, love, and how catnip-crazy you all went for kitten snuggles.
Today, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) issued a proposed decision that reaffirms that Uber’s core business model of working with professionally licensed and regulated transportation providers can continue without change, while paving the way for a long-term regulatory framework for peer-to-peer ride-sharing services.
Some neighborhoods have some kind of “activity gravity” that keeps people within them and using Uber’s data we can quantify and visualize this effect.
Tomorrow is going to be a tough day for getting around in San Francisco. Taxi drivers are going on strike, and while they circle City Hall in hopes of getting a better deal, Uber is making sure to do our part to keep San Francisco moving.
Taxis in San Francisco are set to GO ON STRIKE Tuesday, June 21st so we’re stepping up to fill the void. Instead of being stranded throughout San Francisco while cabs circle City Hall, take your first ride with Uber at taxi rates!
Good news rockers and sports fans: we’ve just introduced an $85 max rate between San Francisco and Oakland Coliseum / Oracle Arena!