Portlanders Want to Ride

254 cities in 51 countries; 64% of the U.S. population covered; 14 U.S. jurisdictions and counting have adopted a smart regulatory framework for ridesharing – a transportation alternative that didn’t exist four years ago. Now it’s time to try and bring Uber everywhere – even the cities where we know it’s going to be a tough challenge, but where residents have made their voices heard loud and clear – they want job generation, they want choice, they want competition.

This weekend we’re launching Uber in Portland where more than 27,000 residents have indicated they’re looking for a safe, reliable and hassle-free ride, and where nearly 500 drivers are waiting to start earning income. Every day Uber riders from neighboring communities are being dropped off in Portland and we have been working with the Mayor’s office for over a year to get them a ride back.

We’re eager to work with City and State leaders to bring the impact of the Uber platform to Portland and cut down on drunk driving, serve underserved communities, increase transit to small business and help drive the local economy.

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