The ride-hailing company will share traffic data with the government to help analyze how infrastructure projects affect traffic
Traffic has not only affected our personal schedules, but also takes time away to spend with loved ones. This Rappler-led survey digs deeper into how traffic changes our lives every single day
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A study by the Boston Consulting Group shows Metro Manila motorists and commuters get stuck in traffic for an average of 66 minutes daily
However, the company is unable to provide details as to how many were actually exposed in the 2016 incident
The Tel Aviv district court judge's injunction ordering the services to stop from Wednesday comes after a court challenge from a taxi drivers' union and a separate ride-hailing app
Affected users may be the target of spam campaigns on their phone and phishing campaigns designed to extricate bank details or infect phones with viruses
Stolen files include names, email addresses, and mobile phone numbers for riders, and the names and driver license information of some 600,000 drivers, according to Uber
The meeting on November 23 is part of the 'formal breach notification procedure' required under the Philippines' Data Privacy Act of 2012
(UPDATED) Uber says hackers compromised personal data from some 57 million riders and drivers of the ridesharing service in a 2016 incident
On Friday, November 17, Uber screened their Boxes film live along 5th Avenue, BGC – and invited passers-by to share their thoughts on traffic in Manila
Traffic and parking issues have affected our lives in many different ways. What did people have to say about these problems and what we can do to #UnlockManila?
A third-party study commissioned by Uber reveals insights that compound the urgency to beat congestion in Metro Manila
The statement comes after Uber said it had entered an agreement with a consortium led by SoftBank and investment group Dragoneer on what it termed a 'potential investment'
(UPDATED) 'We've entered into an agreement with a consortium led by SoftBank and Dragoneer on a potential investment,' a company statement says
(UPDATED) MMDA opens the ASEAN lane along EDSA Northbound to the public as of 6 pm on Saturday, November 11
The London employment court rejects Uber's appeal against an October 2016 ruling in a case that is being closely watched for the wider implications for Britain's booming 'gig economy'
Congestion is an issue that affects motorists, commuters, and everyone who needs to move around Metro Manila. Read on what people have to say about the metro's traffic and parking issues
When we free up our roads and parking spaces, we create room for progress – and more breathing space for our lives
City Mayor Tomas Osmeña says this will achieve two things: save money on official vehicles, and track down where city employees are to make sure they are doing their jobs
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The stickers will allow commuters and law enforcers to easily spot Transport Network Vehicles (TNVs) on the road either for riding or apprehension, the LTFRB says
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Uber says Saipov had been a New Jersey Uber driver for the past 6 months, with over 1,400 trips in his log
Keberadaan transportasi online dinilai menggerus pendapatan para sopir angkutan konvensional
"We have this morning filed our appeal on the London licence decision at Westminster Magistrates' Court," Uber says in a statement ahead of the Friday deadline
The board also votes unanimously to move forward with a billion-dollar investment by Japanese telco giant SoftBank
The decisions to be made by the Philippine Competition Commission in coming months, as it fully implements the Philippine Competition Act, will set the tone for competition regulation in Philippine markets
Because of the country's terrible traffic, Uber driver Boyet Ong makes use of his hobby to make his passengers happy
Good Samaritans like Uber driver Andrew Lebardo are not rare in the Philippines but blood supply still falls short of the target
Drivers of buses, jeepneys, taxis, and ride-hailing services like Grab and Uber will be included in a memorandum circular on mandatory drug testing
Uber is not a 'fit and proper' private car hire operator, says London's transport authority
Diduga, karyawan Uber Indonesia sempat menyuap polisi untuk memperlancar status operasional kantor mereka
With efforts coming from the public and private sectors our country slowly but surely makes for itself a better transport system
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Freshly hired Uber chief Dara Khosrowshahi meets with employees promising to fight for the company and hinting a stock market debut is in its future
The company confirms that the US Justice Department is currently investigating them
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UPDATED Uber is hoping he will now slip into the driver s seat at the controversy battered ride sharing service and steer it along a similarly glorious route as he did with Expedia
What's behind the government's crackdown on Uber?
Meanwhile some social media users direct their attention toward the LTFRB after its decision to lift the suspension
Uber can operate in the Philippines again after the company paid a P190 million fine and provided compensation to its drivers
The LTFRB still requires Uber to submit proof that it has paid its drivers P299 24 million during the days they were not allowed to ply the streets
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