Keep Our Island Air Clean Celebrate Earth Day

Aloha, Hawaii! This Earth Day we’re challenging you to #DitchYourKeys to help curb pollution and maintain our beautiful islands a healthy place to live, work and play.

Here are some simple tips for leaving your car at home:

  • Skip the parking lot and ride with an Uber partner who’s already on the road
  • Split your fare to work with co-workers
  • Ride your bicycle to run short errands or visit with friends

New to Uber? Sign up for $20 off your first ride.

With the growing traffic congestion and fewer parking options on the island each day, it’s time to get out of the driver’s seat and start using the awesome alternative transportation options available. Help the planet, travel smart, and leave the keys at home.

Make every day Earth Day!


Your Uber Hawaii Team

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