Uber Is Re-Launching Ride Shares To Bring Back Budget Transportation In The U.S.

Uber is bringing back a feature that allows customers in major U.S. cities to pay lower fares when they share rides with strangers, the company said Tuesday.

Due to Covid rules in several countries and the requirement for social distance, the pool function was banned two years ago. Uber is now bringing it back as UberX Share.

Only a small number of American cities now offer the feature. However, as summer approaches and more people hit the road, additional locations across America will also receive the much-expected improvement.

UberX Share is now only available to commuters who live in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, San Diego,

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