|Matt Powers Uber's Connecticut GM|
STAMFORD: Ride sharing service Uber opened what it calls a “Greenlight Hub” in Stamford in early February.
According to the company a Greenlight Hub, is a “resource center,” and will serve as a “central help facility for Uber’s driver-partners.”
“Drivers are our customers, and this new Greenlight Hub is designed to put their needs front and center,” said Matt Powers, General Manager for Uber in Connecticut. “We’re also excited to set down roots here in Stamford, as part of our broader commitment to Connecticut.”
Uber currently operates approximately 75 Greenlight Hubs throughout the United States, along with around 200 facilities where they provide additional in-person support to driver-partners. The Stamford building is projected to see more than 600 people per month.