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

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.

According to Parkmerced, this incentive will still be available for car owners as it could make them rethink car ownership. The whole point is allowing people to experience being car-free. Rob Rosania, founder of Maximus Real Estate Partners, the developer of Parkmerced adds:

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