This weekend only, we’re bringing the safety and convenience of Uber to cottage country. Just when you thought Muskoka couldn’t get any more perfect. The first uberX cars will hit the road on Friday at 7pm, and will be available until Sunday at 5pm.
Regardez ce qui se produit lorsque des gens arrivent à commander des courses sécuritaires (et gratuites) à la sortie des bars, simplement en soufflant dans notre alcootest uberSAFE!
Regardez ce qui se produit lorsque des Montréalais arrivent à commander des courses sécuritaires (et gratuites) à la sortie des bars, simplement en soufflant dans notre alcootest uberSAFE!
Check out the video above and watch how those who stumbled upon the uberSAFE kiosk were able to request a free ride home.
Want dad to look his best on Father’s Day? Then you’re in luck. Today only, you’ll be able to purchase the Man’s Ritual from L’Occitane at the special Uber-only price of $35.
Uber’s technology is revolutionizing the way people move around this city, and there’s a dedicated Canadian team behind the app that help make this a reality each and every day. We joined Uber because we’re passionate about making our city better.
We’ve teamed up with Much to get you passed the line and into VIP for this weekend’s Much Music Video Awards.
To celebrate the launch of the #PNLChefsBurger series, today Chef Matty Matheson will be hand delivering a drool-worthy creation from Enoteca Sociale’s executive chef Kris Schlotzhauer
While the Uber platform is available globally, it’s our city teams, as well as local riders and driver partners, that power the platform. At Uber Edmonton, we’re passionate about making our city better. Together with thousands of local driver partners, we keep Edmonton moving and we energize the local economy. We’re helping to make streets safer from drunk and distracted driving, and we’re fostering a more connected, less congested environment.
This morning there was a perfect storm of sorts – with some pretty bad rain hitting Toronto at the same time that the TTC suffered a system wide shut-down. As such, thousands of Torontonians took to their Uber app as an alternative, and surge pricing started to apply to a portion of trips.