Moving cities forward, together
Uber is acquiring Routematch to support cities in providing more accessible public transportation. Uber’s expertise in on-demand global mobility technologies combines with Routematch’s proven capabilities across paratransit, payments, fixed-route tools, and trip planning services.
We’re helping public transportation agencies increase cost-efficiency while enhancing riders’ experiences
Lower operating costs
Discover innovative ways to provide reliable transportation when demand for service is low and routes are underutilized. By partnering with Uber Transit, agencies can leverage our network and technology to offer door-to-door service while reducing costs.
Ensure that your communities can move anywhere they need to go, even if it’s beyond the current reach of your network or after services stop for the night.
Support all travelers, including paratransit riders, by enhancing your agency’s mobility options through improved scheduling and a smoother rider experience.
Reach more people
By partnering with Uber, public transportation agencies can leverage the Uber app to provide their riders with an app experience they know and love. This lets them plan their transit journey or book subsidized rides powered by your transit agency.¹
Proud partner of innovative communities everywhere
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority
Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority
Dallas Area Rapid Transit
IndyGo Transit, Indianapolis, IN
Innisfil Transit, Ontario, CAN
Commercial Passenger Vehicles Victoria
“The Uber Transit team’s quick response times and training was integral to the success of our COVID-19 essential worker travel program.”
Business Analyst, IndyGo
Let’s talk about transportation in your city
Whether you need to increase efficiency, cover transit deserts, connect riders to and from public transit hubs, or offer on-demand or paratransit services, Uber can provide the network, tools, and support to help you reach your goals. Tell us a bit about your transportation needs and we’ll be in touch.
¹Ticketing and transit information is provided by a third party, and Uber is not responsible for third-party products, offers, or services.