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In Alexandria, the prices of the Uber X service increased to EGP 8 up from EGP 7.25 as base fair and EGP 2.90 per km up from EGP 2.60. The minimum fair is set to EGP 11 up from EGP 10.
Local production of E70 model is scheduled to start by H2 of 2022
Egypt is first country to roll out the product in MENA region
The ride-hailing service company is taking unprecedented actions to help its customers stay safe and healthy as they move around. It includes requiring riders and drivers to wear face masks in accordance with government precautionary measures, whilst also facilitating a vehicle disinfection service
The change, which also see a black dot added to the letter ‘C’ to reflect the new brand, is set to take place according to Uber policy.
Partnerships part of Uber’s global pledge supporting healthcare workers and communities
The commitment comes after close collaboration with the Egyptian Ministry of Health and Population to support workers at four quarantine hospitals in Cairo and Alexandria.
Uber drivers will only pay the interest rate for a 3-month period, upfront, as valU aims to shield them from COVID-19 income challenges
“I am thrilled and humbled to take on this new challenge. Over the past years, Uber has built a strong foundation that has transformed the industry, and I look forward to leading Uber’s new era, especially after the issuance of the ride-sharing executive regulations in Egypt,” he commented.
According to the source, Uber will get a 19% commission from taxi drivers on the cost of each trip, including 2% VAT.
The company sent a full copy of the obligations and controls it pledged to the ECA to all its customers, allowing them to read the fine print.
The multinational ride-hailing company added in the statement that the acquisition agreement between Uber and Careem, which was inked in March, will now come into effect.
‘It not only about providing female commuters with safer rides, but to make women a part of the ride-hailing industry as partners,’ says founder
The company said that “providing safety and support to riders and drivers are Uber’s number one priority.”
They are not Uber drivers, they’re independent, third-party transportation providers, says Valentino
Uber Eats is changing the way people eat by making food for all occasions, in any location, available for delivery at the push of a button.
Dubci, a new Egypt-based ride-hailing mobile application, is getting ready for launch in August, Mohamed Samir, the former Egyptian armed forces spokesperson, and the company’s head of human resources, told Daily News Egypt on Monday
UAE currently 1st country in relevant markets to grant approval of Uber’s acquisition of Careem
Swvl, the Cairo based bus-booking app has raised $42m, on Thursday, in a bid to expand further into other parts of Africa, which would most probably include Nigeria
Sometimes using the underground to commute to your full-time job is not convenient, while waiting for the bus is difficult or unbearable, and because some companies know this, ridesharing applications had to come into the picture. A few years ago, the transportations sector welcomed ridesharing applications. What is not to like about them? They are …
As per law, ECA to take one of three decisions: approval, rejection, or conditional approval
Uber announced on Wednesday that it has launched UberBlack in Egypt, a premium product that will be operated by the mobility solutions provider, Budget. It added that the product is available in El Gouna starting from 23 April, aiming to facilitate even more choice for riders across Egypt, when it comes to transportation options within …
Uber announced a new “Women Preferred View” feature for female drivers in Saudi Arabia which allows them to select only female customers. The launch of this unique feature comes on the back of Uber’s Masaruky initiative that aims to increase women’s participation in the workforce through access to affordable transportation, in addition to increasing women’s …
The transaction is expected to close in the first quarter of 2020
Many users of Uber, the US based ride-hailing application, said they experienced technical problems in using the service. The company has not yet revealed the reasons behind this issue. “It doesn’t work. Both Uber website and app are down. I don’t know what is going on,” an Uber user, who has faced some problems in …
Over 200,000 drivers use Uber to increase their income
Cairo might be wonderful place for our flying cars project
Debut ceremony included presenting new simpler version of its application called ‘Uber Lite’
The Expo was attended by the company’s leaders, led by Ahmed Khalil, operations manager of Uber Egypt, and about 2,500 platinum drivers.
Agreement between two parties will increase obstacles to market entry, expansion, harm potential competition, investment environment in transport sector, related economic sectors