January 2016 Update: uberPOOL is back in Toronto! Get all the details here. As part of Uber’s commitment to keep Toronto moving during the Pan Am Games, we launched a two-week trial of uberPOOL for commuters and visitors to our city, which ended on July 26th. The results were very encouraging; uberPOOL reduced congestion, lowered […]
Here’s the scoop: on any other day UberEATS brings you the best lunchtime meals in 10 minutes or less. But this Friday, we’re giving you the chance to feel like a kid again because #UberIceCream is taking over the menu!
On Monday of this week, we announced that we’d be bringing uberPOOL to Toronto just in time for the Games. Day 1 (Tuesday) was quite the day – with over 2,000 Torontonians opting to share their rides on uberPOOL’s inaugural day.
You and a friend could be heading to the International Champions Cup game in ultimate Uber style. Ride today and tomorrow for a chance to win your VIP tickets and rides.
Few things are more exciting than the city being host to world renowned athletes for three weeks of nonstop action. Our team at Uber Toronto has been planning to help support riders, and worldwide visitors for months. Drivers are ready with knowledge of the city and they’re ready to provide you with a safe, affordable and reliable ride – whenever you need it.
To ensure you and your uberPOOL co-rider(s) have the best experience possible follow these simple tips to make the uberPOOL experience enjoyable for all.
With the Games approaching and our roads jam packed, we want to make getting around Toronto more efficient and affordable. That’s why starting Monday and for the duration of the Games, we’re launching uberPOOL, our carpooling option.
Earlier today, an Ontario court ruled in favour of ridesharing in Toronto and dismissed the City’s case to shut down Uber.