Ride-hailing apps add traffic to streets. But they also help ease parking woes.
The ride-sharing service grew more than 300 percent in Colorado over the last year, according to a new report.
The company eventually wants quick service to be available year-round. But for now, its efforts are focused on ski season.
- Uber comprised 52 percent of ground transportation reimbursement in Denver for the third quarter of the year.Read more
With the "sharing economy" continuing to grow, one academic says the jobs it creates aren't a replacement for traditional jobs.
- In Denver, Uber accounted for only 12 percent of the Denver market in January 2014. But by the end of 2014, it captured 25 percent.Read more
The Public Utilities Commission is looking to limit driver hours on the road and ensure proper vehicle inspections.
The airport announced Monday that Uber has become the second ride-sharing service to get a permit to pick up and drop off passengers at the airport.