Uber expands moto service to 20 cities

The logo of ride-sharing company Uber is seen on the roof of a private hire taxi in Liverpool, Britain. Photo: Reuters/file

Global ridesharing giant Uber today announced that it expanded its services to 20 cities, spread across all 8 divisions in Bangladesh.
This comes as Uber launched Moto recently in Gazipur and Natore, its 19th and 20th cities respectively.
The other cities where Uber services available now are in Dhaka, Chattogram, Sylhet, Rajshahi, Bogra, Bagerhat, Barisal, Rangpur, Mymensingh, Jashore, Comilla, Moulvibazar, Nilphamari, Sreemangal, Feni, Dinajpur, Khulna and Cox's Bazar.
Besides, UberX is available for customers in 5 cities, UberPremier in 1 city, UberCNG in 3 cities, Rental in 3 cities, Intercity in 4 cities and UberXL in 2 cities.
"We are thrilled to expand our services to 20 cities across Bangladesh, to serve both riders and drivers," said Md Armanur Rahman, head of Bangladesh and East India for Uber.
"At Uber, communities matter to us and we are super proud that we've been able to touch the lives of our communities in these cities in a little over five and a half years," he added.