Uber seeks to revolutionize transportation in Latin America

“This year, Latin America will be the highest-growth region for company in the world” director says. Multinational transportation network firm Uber is preparing to launch Uberpool in Latin America, a new service that will identify people close to one another who are going the same direction, and will put them in the same vehicle for a much lower price than each passenger would pay going alone. “We think it will be a transportation revolution in cities like Sao Paulo, where it will be launched first, because this will reduce the number of cars on the streets and will contribute significantly to traffic decongestion,” Rodrigo Arévalo, Uber’s director for Latin America told Latin Trade. Uber was created in 2008 and has […]

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