Whether you’re headed to Dupont, Greenbelt, or IAD, the Uber app connects you with a reliable ride—from low-cost to premium—in minutes. One tap and a car comes directly to you. Your driver knows exactly where to go. And payment is completely cashless.
Earn money on your own terms. Full-time and part-time driving opportunities for independent contractors in DC, MD or VA, give you the flexibility to work as much or as little as you want. Uber takes care of all the details so you can focus on driving your car when it works for you.
We’re passionate about making your city better. That’s why we partner with thousands of locals who keep the DC area moving. Together we’re energizing the local economy, helping make streets safer from drunk and distracted driving, and fostering a more connected, less congested environment. Currently serving DC, MD, VA. Check the app to see if Uber is available near you.
Uber is not a transportation provider. Applicable tolls, fees and surcharges may be added to your fare. There is a 1% DC Taxicab Commission Fee for trips originating in the District (excl. uberTAXI), a $4 Airport Surcharge for trips going to or from area airports (excl. uberTAXI), and a $0.25 pickup surcharge for trips originating in Montgomery County, MD, and Prince George’s County, MD (uberX, uberXL, and uberPOOL only). During periods of intense demand, our rates change over time to keep vehicles available. Rasier, LLC ("Rasier") is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Uber Technologies, Inc. ("UTI"). Rasier is a licensed Transportation Network Company in the Commonwealth of Virginia and Maryland, and a licensed private sedan business in the District. UTI is a technology company that develops and licenses a smartphone application, which includes a driver app and a rider app. Please contact Uber with any complaints or concerns by visiting help.uber.com or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Vehicle-for-hire complaints regarding trips in Maryland may be submitted to the Maryland Public Service Commission (PSC) at http://webapp.psc.state.md.us/intranet/info/complaintfront_new.cfm, or by calling 410-767-8000 or 800-492-0474. Rasier has filed a updated proposed rate schedule with the Maryland PSC.