Uber Technologies Inc. is a transportation network company that offers services including peer-to-peer ridesharing, ride-service hailing, food delivery, and bicycle sharing. Its platforms can be accessed through its websites and mobile applications.
Uber operates in more than 10,000 cities globally, with an estimated 110 million worldwide users. The company owns a 69 percent market share in the United States. Uber is a gold member of the Linux Foundation, and it has a five-star privacy rating from the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
As the largest mobility platform in the world, Uber considers its responsibility to tackle the challenge of climate change. The company intends to offer riders more ways to ride green, help drivers go electric, and make transparency a priority. Uber partners with non-governmental organizations and the private sector to expedite a clean and just energy transition. Uber states it is committed to becoming a fully electric, zero-emission platform by 2040 with 100 percent of rides taking place in zero-emission vehicles, on public transit, or with micromobility.