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  • UberPool wants to help New Yorkers get to work
  • UberPool wants to help New Yorkers get to work
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UberPool wants to help New Yorkers get to work

Say goodbye to spending your journey to work in a stuffy, crowded train. UberPool wants commuters in New York to ditch the subway and ride in the comfort of a car with it’s new ‘commute card’. During July and August, the company is making these journeys cheaper than public transport.

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