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Rider and driver updates: Hurricane Irma

September 8, 2017 / Florida

Hurricane Irma made landfall on Sunday, September 10 and traveled up the coast in the ensuing days. Our hearts and thoughts are with those affected by the storm.

With mandatory evacuations currently taking place, we strongly advise our riders and driver-partners to make safety a priority as the storm approaches. We encourage all to monitor local weather updates, adhere to state and local emergency procedures, and stay off the roads during extreme inclement weather.

We are in contact with local authorities and actively monitoring the situation. Please stay tuned for safety and operational updates on the Uber app—we will be sending notifications via in-app messages.


See below for details on Rides and/or UberEATS operations, as well as details on free rides in your area, and continue to check back for the latest. Click into each city to see specific areas of that city where operations are suspended. For details on relief efforts, click here.

  • Florida Keys
  • Miami & South Florida
  • Orlando
  • Tampa Bay
  • Jacksonville
  • Central Atlantic Coast
  • Fort Myers and Naples
  • Gainesville
  • Tallahassee
  • Southwest Florida
  • Coastal GA
  • Savannah & Hilton Head
  • Ocala
  • Charleston
  • Atlanta