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Shaping the future of transportation and delivery

Autonomous mobility and delivery at Uber

Uber’s mission is to reimagine the way the world moves for the better, and autonomous vehicles are part of that reimagining.

The most innovative way to get deliveries or to travel is now possible with autonomous vehicles from our trustworthy partners on the Uber network.

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Adding autonomous mobility and delivery options to the Uber platform alongside drivers and couriers will make it easier for more people to reliably and effortlessly go where they want and get what they need, on demand, without having to use their own car.

What we’ve been up to

Uber is now testing autonomous delivery in Fairfax, Virginia, Miami, Los Angeles and Mountain View, California, where all-electric sidewalk robots and autonomous cars are delivering food to the community.

We’re also piloting a public service in Las Vegas, where Uber customers can hail a ride in an all-electric autonomous vehicle.

And there’s more to come: we’re partnering to bring autonomous mobility, delivery, and freight solutions to consumers everywhere with the power of Uber.

Get to know our autonomous partners

To bring this to life, we’re working with partners who share our values:

  • Using autonomous technology where and when it’s best suited to create positive outcomes for communities
  • Respecting our customers’ rights to security and privacy
  • Valuing the safety of everyone on the road
  • Unlocking new ways to go anywhere and get anything
  • Waymo

    Uber and Waymo recently announced a multi-year strategic partnership to make the Waymo Driver available to more people via the Uber platform.

    Soon, you’ll find Waymo vehicles picking up passengers and delivering Uber Eats orders in Waymo’s ever-expanding territory across the Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe, Mesa, and Chandler areas of Arizona.

  • Aurora

    Aurora is developing an autonomous driver-as-a-service product designed to operate multiple vehicle types, from freight-hauling semitrucks to passenger rideshare vehicles. Today, trucks equipped with the Aurora Driver are transporting loads for Uber Freight in Texas.

  • Cartken

    Cartken is an AI-powered robotics company building sidewalk delivery robots currently used for neighborhood food/grocery delivery, campus meal delivery, and curbside pickup. They are now delivering to Uber Eats customers in Miami, Florida, and Fairfax, Virginia.

  • Motional

    Uber and Motional have a 10-year multimarket framework agreement that is expected to create one of the largest deployments of autonomous vehicles (AVs) on a major rideshare network.

  • Nuro

    Nuro creates on-road electric autonomous vehicles designed to bring goods right to your home. Nuro is on the road today and will be delivering with Uber in Mountain View, California.

  • Serve Robotics

    Serve Robotics’ friendly sidewalk robots offer short-range deliveries with easy handoffs to customers. They’re now delivering in West Hollywood, California.


More about our commitments to safety and sustainability

  • Our commitment to your safety

    Because we connect millions of people around the world every day, we’re committed to building for safety. Learn about our features and processes that help protect you on the road.

  • Millions of rides a day, zero emissions

    Uber is committed to becoming a fully electric platform by 2040, with 100% of rides taking place in zero-emission vehicles or through public transit or micromobility.

  • Uber Freight

    Fully autonomous and low- to zero-emission trucks present a major opportunity to reduce the industry’s carbon footprint. By forming strategic partnerships that harness the scale of the Uber Freight network, we’re putting this new technology on the road to put carbon emissions in the rearview mirror.