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UberMILITARY – Why I Drive – JJ

Transitioning from military to civilian life can be challenging, but one person who’s done it exceptionally well is John Johnson, Major, U.S. Army (Ret.). He’s more well known as JJ and since retiring from the U.S. Army, he now finds himself as race director for many of Honolulu’s largest running events including the Honolulu Marathon. […]

Minutes That Matter

As 2015 comes to a close, we take a look at how transportation options have changed in Honolulu and how uberX has been warmly welcomed to the island.

Russell – Why I Drive

The heartwarming story of how Russell was able to use his earnings as an Uber driver-partner to have spending money on his grandsons.

Reaching Destinations

Uber Hawaii is excited for the launch of the Partner Support Center in Honolulu.

Send It Into Summer With #UberCABANA

Things are really heating up as we cruise into Memorial Day Weekend, so we thought you’d appreciate a day partying pool side at the tap of a button. By requesting CABANA in the app, your package will include a decked out uberXL ride to the Bacardi Pool Party for you and 5 of your friends. […]

Driving Businesses Forward

The Uber Hawaii team is proud to fuel Hawaii residents’ entrepreneurial efforts both on and off the road. Take a moment to meet a few of our partners who are building their own businesses to drive Hawaii into the future.

Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day Responsibly In Hawaii

If you’ve had a green beer or some Irish whiskey, please put away your keys and don’t rely on luck.

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Honolulu – It’s Time For Action

Hawaii’s legislators are voting on SB 1280 SD2, if passed it will shut down uberX in the Aloha State. Together we can tell state leaders that #HawaiiNeedsUber.

A Path Forward For Uber In Hawaii

An update on the legislative issues facing Uber in Hawaii and how you can get involved.

The uberX Effect in Honolulu

People depend on Uber to get to and from big events. Uber’s technology helps solve real world problems in Honolulu by its effect on parking and traffic.