Help Keep Uber in the 412

Dear Uber Faithful,

We need your help! Before Uber, transportation options in Pittsburgh hadn’t changed in decades. Since arriving, we’ve seen overwhelming demand both from riders and drivers for transportation alternatives; you’ve made Pittsburgh the fastest growing city of all Uber time!

Unfortunately, some prefer the old status quo of limited choice in transportation options: The Public Utility Commission has been ticketing our drivers in an attempt to keep Pittsburgh from moving forward.

This is where you come in!  Click to email, tweet, and call your public servants to tell them it’s time for a change:

                                               
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This battle won’t be won without you weighing in by showing your officials that #PGHNeedsUber.

– Team Uber Pittsburgh

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