This Halloween weekend, millions of riders across the U.S. will turn to Uber for a safe trip home following festivities with family and friends. And hundreds of thousands of drivers will be there to provide those rides and help people avoid drinking and driving to make our communities safer. With millions of people relying on […]

This flu season, we’re delivering free flu-fighting care packages across the country. When you receive a pack, you’ll have the option to request a free flu shot from a registered nurse–for up to 5 people.

Uber celebrates the cities we serve and one of the best ways to engage with our communities is to encourage riders and drivers to vote. Today is National Voter Registration Day and we are pleased to announce that we are partnering with Google to help Uber riders and drivers register to vote and get to […]

It’s official: the Uber Driver App for iOS is now available for download in the App Store. And to celebrate, we’ve put together a list of the top 9 things you probably didn’t know about the Uber Driver App for iOS. Once you’ve taken a look, head on over to the App Store and take it for a spin.

We’re always looking for ways to make the Uber experience more rewarding, whether you’re behind the wheel or in the backseat. Thanks to a new partnership with Shop Your Way, we’re offering both driver-partners and riders benefits that make the journey even more valuable.

Starting today, you can give the gift of … well, actually you fill in the blank. Whether it’s exploring a new city, a night out with friends, or simply a safe ride home, Uber is ready to help get the special people in your life where they want to go. And treating them to these […]

Places to Eat: Navigating NYC with a Food Allergy

As anyone with severe food allergies knows, meandering along the streets of a city and dropping into a restaurant that looks or smells delicious isn’t the safest way to travel. Choose a place where staff isn’t allergy-aware (or, worse, are allergy-intolerant) could mean eating hospital food the rest of your trip. And that worry may […]

Things To Do: 24 Hours in Chicago

Chicago. The Windy City. A changing landscape from winter to summer makes Chicago one of the most captivating cities to visit regardless of time of year. Rich with art and culture as well as a fantastic food and drink scene, the lakefront city has a lot to offer. Getting into Chicago Chicago’s airports are known […]

Things to Do: Top 5 Nightlife Spots in Washington DC

Bordered by Dupont Circle, Embassy Row, and Woodley Park, Adams Morgan is one of Washington DC’s most eclectic neighborhoods. This small, colorful area is known for its nightlife, and parking can be a bit of a hassle, especially if you’re unfamiliar with the area. You won’t want to waste time hoofing it for blocks because […]

Top Five Kid-Friendly Spots to Visit in Brooklyn

Just across the river from the concrete jungle of Manhattan is a wonderland called Brooklyn. One of New York City’s five boroughs, Brooklyn is known for amazing family-friendly places to explore, but you won’t get to all these gems on foot or by bus. Brooklyn’s parking is notoriously impossible, and taking public transit can exhaust […]

Selfies and Security

Today we’ll start expanding Real-Time ID Check, our latest security feature which uses Microsoft Cognitive Services to protect both riders and drivers.

Celebrating EA SPORTS Season with the Launch of FIFA 17

Time to hit the pitch because we’re teaming up with EA SPORTS™ and Xbox to kick off FIFA 17 launch week. Learn how you can get in the action in over 40 cities around the world today.

3 Delightful Things to Try Between Trips

Part of the reality of being an Uber partner are the waits for your next trip request. But you can use them as an opportunity to a well-deserved break during these quieter times to keep yourself refreshed and ready to roll. Here are some three suggestions that you could do to help pass the time […]

How Ride-Sharing with Uber Can Help Aging Riders

More than one in five older Americans are no longer able to drive, and more than half of them stay home because they lack transportation options, according to the American Public Transportation Association. Even if public transportation is available, many seniors are unable to get to a bus stop or subway station or may need […]