Uber Halts Service In East Hampton, Montauk - 27 East

Uber Halts Service In East Hampton, Montauk

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Riders will no longer be able to access Uber cabs in East Hampton Town.

Riders will no longer be able to access Uber cabs in East Hampton Town.

Uber has ceased all operations in East Hampton Town. UBER

Uber has ceased all operations in East Hampton Town. UBER

authorMichael Wright on Jun 5, 2015
Uber, the driver-for-hire company that connects cars to clients using a mobile phone application, has indefinitely halted operations in East Hampton Town, saying it could not find a way for... more

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