The Long Island Railroad at the Bethpage stop in New York. AP Photo On Wednesday, Uber announced that it"s partnering with Masabi, a startup that lets commuters buy public-transit tickets in 30 cities worldwide.Uber will soon integrate Masabi"s services in its app.In the cities where Masabi...
- On Wednesday, Uber announced that it’s partnering with Masabi, a startup that lets commuters buy public-transit tickets in 30 cities worldwide.
- Uber will soon integrate Masabi’s services in its app.
- In the cities where Masabi operates, riders buy their tickets through apps that are developed by the startup and operated by local transit authorities.
Uber said it will soon integrate the three companies’ offerings into its app, signaling that Uber wants to move beyond ride-hailing and become a one-stop-shop for transportation services.