Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo is ramping up efforts to bring ride-sharing services Uber and Lyft to the Rochester region. Meaghan McDermott Buy Photo Uber is looking for drivers, as the ride-sharing company prepares to do business in upstate New York.
Would be drivers need to bring their driver’s license, proof of car insurance and registration for their automobile.
Uber is expanding statewide in early July under a $153 billion state budget agreement struck in April.
The company, which allow riders to summon a ride through a smartphone app, lobbied hard for statewide regulations and insurance law changes that will make it easier for them to move in to cities like Rochester, Buffalo, Yonkers and beyond.