BUSINESS & ECONOMY

Uber, still facing legislative uncertainty, opens its first brick-and-mortar location in the state

By Andrew George for NJBIZ

After months of anticipation, ridesharing company Uber officially cut the ribbon Tuesday on its new partner support center on Washington Street in Hoboken.

The brick-and-mortar location, the first of its kind in New Jersey, will aim to serve the more than 9,000 state-based driver-partners, offering everything from sign-up services to technical support.

According to Uber, Hoboken is a major hub for the company and accounts for more than 100,000 trips per month and approximately 40,000 riders.

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