June 28, 2017

Uber plans to resume ride-hailing operations in Alaska in June

Alaska State Capitol Building
By Jay Galvin from Pleasanton, CA, USA (Alaska State Capitol Building) [CC BY 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

Alaska’s transportation options are about to grow as ride-hailing companies prepare to re-enter the market.

Uber competitor Lyft doesn’t yet have a time frame for when it will come to Alaska, said communications manager Scott Coriell.

“We obviously need (the) bill to be signed first,” Coriell said in an email, adding that the company is excited to launch in Alaska “as soon as possible.”

The app-based services allow people to hail a ride using their smartphones and also pay automatically through the app, eliminating cash from the transaction.

Uber debuted in Alaska in 2014. But the company clashed  […]

From Around The Web

Sponsored Content by AdNow
About NGE Staff 9118 Articles
The News for the Gig Economy Staff is constantly searching the web for the latest news regarding freelancing and gig platforms to bring them to you in one handy place. All articles with this generic author have been sourced with the original location at the bottom of the piece. We encourage our readers to view the original source of all excerpts. NGE is a project of ARC Online, LLC.

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.