Uber He indicated that these data show that there is a growing demand for alternative mobility in Spain, since 40% of Spanish citizens do not always ensure that you can move with the available transport in the city where he lives.
Platform 'ride-sharing' said the inhabitants of Madrid and Barcelona They are best alternatives rate this mobility, while users of these services positively value them because reduce costs, avoid parking problems and reduce the impact on the environment.
The company also stressed that citizens They would also use platforms 'ride-sharing' as drivers to make available their own vehicle if they had the option to do so. Thus, 75% of them would use services such as uberPOP to share expenses arising from keeping owned the car, such as reviews, gasoline or parking.
The CEO of Uber in Spain, Carles Lloret, said such initiatives are revolutionizing the way in which people move around the city. "Spanish consumers are demanding improved urban mobility and we are delighted that services such as uberPOP can solve real needs today"He added.