Une communauté fondée sur le respect mutuel

Traitez les autres comme vous aimeriez être traité. C’est une vérité universelle que l’on apprend dès l’enfance, et c’est un principe auquel la communauté Uber accorde beaucoup d’importance. Que vous soyez un passager désirant se rendre du point A au point B, ou un chauffeur souhaitant gagner de l’argent, chacun devrait profiter pleinement de sa course. C’est pourquoi nous publions aujourd’hui les Lignes de conduite de la communauté Uber au Canada. Elles expliquent le type de comportement auquel nous nous attendons de la part des passagers et des chauffeurs Uber.

De petits changements qui, nous espérons, iront loin

Alors que nous grandissons, plusieurs partenaires-chauffeurs ont exprimé leur préoccupation quant au fait que certains éléments de notre politique de soutien jouent contre eux et semblent favoriser les intérêts des passagers. Nous avons compris qu’un meilleur équilibre doit être atteint lorsque vient le temps de demander à tous ceux qui utilisent Uber, y compris les passagers, de répondre de leurs actes.

A Community of Mutual Respect

Treat people as you would like to be treated yourself. It’s a universal truth we were all taught from a young age. And something that’s important here in the Uber community. Whether you’re a rider wanting to get from A to B or a driver looking to earn money—everyone should enjoy the ride. That’s why we’re updating our Community Guidelines today in Canada. They now explain the kind of behaviour we expect from both riders and drivers when using Uber.

Little Changes that We Hope Go a Long Way

As we’ve gotten bigger, many driver-partners have expressed concern that some of our support policies are stacked against them and seem to put riders’ interests above theirs. We’ve heard that more balance is needed when it comes to holding all who use Uber, including riders, accountable.

Safe Rides, Safer Cities

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.

Did Toronto City Council Hear You?

Will City Council allow Uber to stay in Toronto? It all comes down to tomorrow’s vote. Make sure your voice is heard.

Introducing the New uberWAV

Today, we’re launching the new and improved uberWAV in Toronto at 1pm. uberWAV is our wheelchair accessible vehicle option, connecting riders with paratransit drivers in vehicles that are equipped with hydraulic ramps or lifts.

Uber and the OCAD Inclusive Design Institute team up to Improve Accessible Transportation in Toronto

Uber is committed to providing increased mobility to all riders through the use of our app. As we work towards this goal, we’re excited to share that we’ve partnered with the OCAD (Ontario College of Art and Design) Inclusive Design Institute to help improve accessible transportation in Toronto.

Early Success for uberPOOL in Toronto

On Monday of this week, we announced that we’d be bringing uberPOOL to Toronto just in time for the Games. Day 1 (Tuesday) was quite the day – with over 2,000 Torontonians opting to share their rides on uberPOOL’s inaugural day.

Court Rules in Favour of Ridesharing in Toronto

Earlier today, an Ontario court ruled in favour of ridesharing in Toronto and dismissed the City’s case to shut down Uber.