How Uber Plans To Reach The Commuter Burbs

Posted on October 5, 2016

Photo via Flickr (Mighty Travels)
Photo via Flickr (Mighty Travels)
SUMMIT, N.J. --- This bedroom community to New York City will begin subsidizing Uber rides for residents traveling to and from the local train station starting Oct. 3 — a move the town initiated to avoid building a new parking lot, a multimillion-dollar effort.

For Uber, the partnership is another step in a series of strategic moves to extend its reach to the suburbs.

BuzzFeed article here

Related Topics: commuter services, New Jersey operators, on-demand service, TNCs, Uber

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