Support legislation that will bring Uber to Nashville
Nashville needs more efficient, reliable and stylish transportation options to meet the city’s growing profile. Unfortunately, current sedan regulations in Nashville mean that you can’t take a sedan ride for less than $45 – even if it’s only a 10-minute trip – and that you have to reserve that ride 30 minutes in advance. That simply isn’t the Uber way; we believe in quickly delivering the highest quality ride, at the best possible price.
Nashville Metro Council will consider legislation on December 16 and 17 that will bring Nashville’s regulations into the 21st century and enable Uber BLACK to expand to Music City. Take action to support the effort!
- Mayor Karl Dean
- Vice Chair Buddy Baker
- Vice Chair Bruce Stanley
- Vice Chair Bill Pridemore
- Vice Chair Tony Tenpenny
- Chair Tim Garrett
- Chair Doug Pardue
- Chair Frank Harrison
- Nashville Metro Council
- Vice Mayor Diane Neighbors
- Chair Ronnie Steine
Nashville needs more efficient, reliable and stylish transportation options to meet our city’s growing profile. Please support Councilman Steine’s legislation that would help bring innovation to Nashville transportation. This legislation will make transportation options more affordable for residents and visitors while also expanding business opportunity for drivers and sedan companies.
Our city is changing and our transportation options have to change with us. Support the legislation and stand up for Nashville’s residents, businesses and future!
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