Today’s announcement is a step forward by the provincial government and we’re encouraging all parties in British Columbia to commit to bringing forward progressive regulations that embrace ridesharing in 2017.
Every week, hundreds of thousands of people in Canada trust Uber to get them around their city safely. By seamlessly connecting riders to drivers, Uber makes cities more accessible – providing safe, reliable transportation options for riders while enabling economic opportunities for driver-partners. Our technology makes it possible to focus on safety for riders and drivers before, during, and after every trip in ways that others can’t.
We’ve teamed up with Spinal Cord Injury BC (SCI-BC) to learn how we can make transportation in Vancouver more accessible. To kick things off, last week we co-hosted an Accessible Transportation Forum.
Curious to see what when down during #UberPITCH in Vancouver? Check out our recap!
On April 7, from 11am to 3pm, you have the chance to make your passion a reality. Request UberPITCH and we’ll bring you one of Canada’s top investors, ready to hear your big idea.
Have you ever wanted to peer into a crystal ball and see what the future looks like? Now’s your chance! As a part of the campaign to bring ridesharing to BC, Uber is launching Future View.
This future is well within reach. That is why, on behalf of riders and drivers who want choice, we are asking the province to take action this spring to welcome ridesharing to BC.
People in over 400 cities around the world are benefiting from ridesharing. Unfortunately, British Columbians are not. Contact the Premier to bring ridesharing to BC today.
Yesterday, the City of Edmonton became the first Canadian jurisdiction to adopt progressive regulations that embrace ridesharing!
In the recent months, we’ve been humbled by the overwhelming support shown by British Columbians for Uber and ridesharing. Here’s some of the support British Columbians shared with your provincial government about bringing ridesharing and Uber to the province: