Uber has announced that it will begin offering rides beachgoers and vacationers in Ocean City and St. Michaels, just in time for Memorial Day weekend.
Travelers arriving to D.C. at Reagan National and Dulles airports could soon catch a ride from Uber and Lyft.
Baltimore Sen. Bill Ferguson is calling it a “Sine Die Miracle,” while stakeholders are applauding legislation to address rules for ride-share companies.
The University of Maryland announced Monday it’s partnering with Uber to spark student innovation and technology.
Maryland regulators have approved a settlement with Uber that will place the popular ride share service under state regulation.
Uber users commuting in Montgomery or Prince George’s counties will get a free ride this weekend.
Ride-sharing companies like Uber and Lyft are now completely street legal in Virginia. Gov. Terry McAuliffe signed legislation Tuesday that regulates how ride-sharing companies operate in the state.
This President’s Day, an Uber promotion is allowing D.C. area residents to ride around the nation’s capital like President Obama himself.
A D.C. Uber driver wants the company to add a feature on their app that allows passengers to tip drivers.
Uber has been facing a number of challenges lately, but Google may become it’s biggest one yet.