Destination Trips
Set a destination and we'll match you with riders heading the same way

Here's how it works

In your daily life
Wherever you go

Already going somewhere? Turn on your app, set your destination where you need to be, and Uber can help you get there. Try it out the next time you are heading to the your job, class, or even the grocery store.



Getting to a busier area to find trips

Set your destination to an event address—like a concert or sports game—and we’ll try to find you trips going there. You can also check your app for areas of high demand and set one of those spots as your destination.

Heading home for the day

When you’re ready to go home for the day, enter your address and we’ll help match you with riders headed in that direction.

Learn more

Whenever you have somewhere to be, just tap the menu icon in the top corner of your app and add your destination to start matching with riders headed that way. Watch the video to see how it works.

Frequently asked questions

How do I set a destination?

You can set your destination anytime - whether you're online or offline in the app. Tap on the menu icon in the top left corner of your driver app then enter your destination address.

How often can I set my destination?

You can set your destination 2 times each day, and each time you could get multiple trips toward that destination. Please keep in mind that it’s generally easier for the App to match you with riders if you’re driving a farther distance or heading toward a busier area of town.

I got a trip heading in the opposite direction of where I’m going. Why is that?

We always try to match you with trips that are as close to your route as possible, but sometimes you might receive trips that take you a little out of your way. This can mean backtracking on your route to a rider’s pickup or dropoff location. You could also receive multiple trips on your way instead of one trip that takes you to your destination.



*Destinations are limited to 2 per day for drivers in the following cities: San Francisco, New York City, Seattle, and Chicago