Despite your support, Uber is unable to operate in Eugene

When we launched in Eugene seven months ago, we set out to offer the community a safe, innovative and reliable way to move around town and provide an opportunity for a wide range of folks — retirees, teachers, students, parents — to supplement their incomes, start small businesses, finish school, pay off debt, and support their families. During this time, we have been proud to deliver on our promise to Eugene riders and drivers to help cut down on drunk driving, serve all communities, increase transit to small business and support the local economy. Just like in Eugene, Uber is transforming the way people move around in over 300 cities around the world, covering 68% of the U.S population and completing millions of trips every week. When the Eugene City Council voted to apply outdated code to Transportation Network Companies like Uber, they created a regulatory climate that makes it impossible for the small businesses that partner with Uber to thrive and meet the high standard of service and safety residents have come to expect. By adopting these rules, Eugene officials have eliminated hundreds of jobs and a safe transportation alternative for their city. For this reason, we are forced to make the difficult decision to pause operations in Eugene starting Sunday, April 5 at 10 AM.

13 MAR

Honolulu - It's Time For Action

Hawaii's legislators are voting on SB 1280 SD2, if passed it will shut down uberX in the Aloha State. Together we can tell state leaders that #HawaiiNeedsUber.


A Path Forward For Uber In Hawaii

An update on the legislative issues facing Uber in Hawaii and how you can get involved.


Kentucky Needs UberX

Uber operates in 279 cities in 53 countries and currently serves 64 percent of the U.S. population - and that footprint is growing every day. But that growth is currently being threatened in Kentucky.

27 JAN

Uber Embraces Government Approved Model

Uber has taken further steps to bring its business within a government approved model.

14 JAN

Why Orlando's Ridesharing Bill Doesn't Work

In December, the Orlando City Council voted to enact ridesharing regulations with the goal of creating a home for Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) like Uber in Orlando. Unfortunately, while the City took the right step in developing a regulatory framework for ridesharing, the bill in its current form simply doesn’t work.

14 JAN


Yesterday was a historic day for riders and drivers in the Kolkata area. The Commissioner of Police, Government of West Bengal, City of Bidhannagar, which includes Kolkata’s tech hub and airport, passed an order regulating on-demand transportation technology aggregators as technology companies, in accordance with the Information Technology Act 2000.

22 AUG

Delivering A New Choice to Jakarta

Our goal is simple – we want to keep Jakarta moving forward in a way that increases safety and reduces congestion. Uber gives consumers more choice, drivers greater income potential, and provides the city with a more efficient transportation system.


You Have the Right to Ride in Virginia

You may have heard that Uber received a cease and desist letter from the Virginia DMV yesterday. We wanted to write to let you know that Uber will operate as usual, and we plan to continue full-speed ahead with our commitment to providing Virginians access to safe, affordable and reliable rides.

19 MAR

Time to Move Florida Forward

In 2014, Florida is on pace to become the third most populous state in the country. But the state’s current transportation ecosystem simply isn’t able to keep up. Millions of residents and visitors don’t have access to efficient, reliable and modern transportation options. If the Sunshine State truly intends to thrive as a destination that fosters innovation and economic growth, its leaders should stand up for more, better, global transportation options like Uber.