Beaumont, your Uber is arriving now

We’re thrilled to announce Uber’s arrival in Beaumont tomorrow, and we’re celebrating with free rides through the weekend! Whether you’re going out to dinner or catching a ride to work, uberX is now available to move you across the city.

Request a safe, reliable, and affordable ride at the tap of a button! From 4pm Thursday through Sunday, February 7th, we invite you to enjoy uberX rides in Beaumont on us.





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Driver-partner Luis arrived in minutes after Mayor Ames and City Manager Hayes requested the first ride from Beaumont City Hall.

To welcome Uber to the city, Mayor Becky Ames and City Manager Kyle Hayes took the first ride in Beaumont.

The City Council and I are very pleased we were able to work with Uber officials and our City staff on a transportation network company ordinance that provides for a safe, affordable, and efficient alternative benefitting our residents and visitors that also brings innovative transportation solutions to our community.” – Mayor Becky Ames

We’d like to thank Mayor Ames and City Council for their leadership and vision in helping to bring ridesharing to the Beaumont area. Uber is honored to connect Beaumont residents, students, and visitors with safe rides at the touch of a button.


Downtown to Lamar University                               $9  
Ford Park to Jack Brooks Regional Airport        $18


You can always get an estimate of your fare in the app or on our website.

Questions? Email us at – we’d love to hear from you.
*Rides valid for up to 5 trips per rider, from Thursday, February 4th at 4pm to Sunday, February 7th at 11:59pm

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