No G Train? No worries.
Whether you’re a weekday commuter, Greenpoint or LIC resident, or frequent neighborhood visitor, we’re sending some Uber Love your way for the next five weeks. While the MTA does their thing, we’re here to bridge the gap with one free transfer between the Nassau Av and Court Sq G train stops.
After your free transfer, you’ve still got options. Co-workers or friends in your neighborhood affected by the shutdown? Ride together and Fare Split. uberX is now cheaper than a taxi, which means splitting the fare won’t break the bank.
|Average uberX between Greenpoint and LIC||Split 2 ways (per person)||Split 3 ways (per person)||Split 4 ways (per person)|
Per person rates apply only to rides where the Fare Split feature is used and all seats are filled. Average rates may fluctuate based on traffic, route taken, and potential surge pricing.
|SPREAD THE WORD|
- Enter promo code FREETRANSFER in your Uber app
- Request and take one ride free (up to $30) between the Nassau Av and Court Sq stops (within the mapped area below)
- Your free transfer will apply between July 26 and August 31 at 11:59 EDT
KEEP IT LOCAL
While in the neighborhood, consider stopping by some of our LIC haunts and Greenpoint favorites.
Long Island City
Grab a happy hour cocktail at Dutch Kills. On any given night of the week, you’ll likely find a group of Uber NYC-ers at this local watering hole.Take in the city views at Anable Basin. This outdoor bar & grill is the perfect relaxing, waterfront hangout for groups large or small.Check out what’s on view at MoMa PS1. This former schoolhouse is an LIC gem that truly shines during the summer. From Warm Ups to the rooftop garden, we can’t get enough!
Enjoy a pie at Paulie Gee’s. Because who doesn’t love delicious wood-fired pizza? Pro tip: ask for a side of hot honey.Indulge your sweet tooth at Ovenly. Known for their Brooklyn Blackout cake, this hole-in-the-wall bakery has tasty options for everyone.Watch the sunset at WNYC Transmitter Park. With expansive views of Manhattan and a pier that stretches well into the East River, there’s no better place to take in the last few minutes of daylight.