Our mission is to connect everyone in Toronto with safe, reliable rides at the tap of a button. That’s why we’ve partnered with Pride Toronto to offer free accessibility rides on parade day.
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.
Our mission is to connect everyone to safe, reliable rides that arrive within minutes at the tap of a button. We know that riders and drivers with accessibility needs face a variety of problems accessing on-demand transportation in Ottawa. That’s why we’re dedicated to increasing the mobility, efficiency, and freedom of all riders and driver-partners across the platform.
We’re excited to announce the next step in providing increased mobility to riders in Ottawa with uberASSIST, launching today at 3pm.
March 16, 2016 marks our 4th year in Toronto. On this anniversary, let’s take a look at where we’ve been and—more importantly—where we’re going together.
With our launch of uberASSIST today, we’re also excited to announce a new partnership with AGE-WELL (Aging Gracefully across Environments using Technology to Support Wellness, Engagement and Long Life Inc.).
Frequently Asked Questions for uberASSIST in Toronto
Today we’re excited to announce the next step in providing increased mobility to Torontonians with uberASSIST.
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.
With over one million trips per day across the world, Uber driver-partners provide service to all types of riders, including those with disabilities.