Uber Will Pay Tenants $100 A Month To Go Car-Free

Uber Will Pay Tenants $100 A Month To Go Car-Free

The new partnership with a Bay-Area landlord is a bold step against private car ownership

Leo Lutero
  • 23 may 2016

Uber and San Francisco Bay Area land developer Parkmerced have agreed to give a $100 travel stipend to tenants that do not own a car. This awesome perk stems from non-car owners requiring no parking space and reducing the need for infrastructure to support private car ownership.

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