Pennsylvania

An Economic Impact in the Keystone State

Uber is available to more than 77% of Pennsylvanians with over 87% of rides arriving within 10 minutes, and more than half arriving in less than four minutes. We are proudly connecting riders and drivers in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, Scranton, Wilkes-Barre, State College, Lancaster, York, Reading and Erie, and we look forward to continuing to expand across the state.

Making Pennsylvania Safer: as Uber Use Goes Up, DUI Rates Go Down

Drunk driving is a serious problem throughout the United States, and that is particularly true in Pennsylvania, which is the fourth-highest state for DUI fatalities even though its population is only sixth-highest in the country. Last month, Pittsburgh resident and blogger Nate Good caught our eye when he posted an analysis of drunk driving in the Philadelphia area, which demonstrated that DUI rates have fallen in the city since Uber’s arrival. We dove deeper into the research to present some surprising statistics.