Uber is pulling its 2,000 e-scooters and e-bikes out of San Antonio. It’s unclear if the company plans to bid for one of three City contracts.
Uber will launch its dockless electric bike and scooter services Tuesday, adding 2,000 bikes and 2,000 scooters to the city’s fleet of shareable vehicles.
In a year that saw e-scooters take over the city, seated e-scooters have arrived, and about 2,000 dockless bicycles are set to enter the fray.
The City of San Antonio confirmed Wednesday that Jump, Uber’s micromobility arm, has applied for a permit to operate in the city.