Helping you
get through it

With the L train disruption, we want to make sure you always have an affordable, convenient, and reliable way to get where you’re going.

So we’re investing in more ride options for New Yorkers.

More ways to fill gaps
in transportation

  1. Bikes

    We’re working with New York City to get more Citi Bikes on the street (including ones with pedal-assist) so it’s easier to get over the Williamsburg Bridge.

  2. Shared Rides

    We’ll match you with riders heading the same direction, so you can reach your destination (or an alternate transit line) for just a few bucks.

  3. Transit Integration and Support

    We’re working to help you find routes and schedules for nearby public transit options — right in your app.

We want to keep everybody moving

Fixed pickup spots

We’re creating more fixed pickup spots in congested areas to alleviate traffic — and help drivers reach you quicker.

Ride in the carpool lane

We’ll make sure your Shared ride contains at least 3 people so you can cross the Williamsburg Bridge in the carpool lane.

The All-Access Plan

New Yorkers can pay $299 to get 30 rides for 30 days (up to $15 off each ride).

Car Seat rides

Bring the little ones along, even if you don’t have a car seat of your own.

We’re putting our heads together with New Yorkers like you:

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