Over the past six and a half years, we’ve learned a lot about the future of urban mobility and what it means for cities and the people who live in them. We’ve gotten consistent feedback from cities we partner with that access to our aggregated data will inform decisions about how to adapt existing infrastructure and invest in future solutions to make our cities more efficient. We hope Uber Movement can play a role in helping cities grow in a way that works for everyone.
Preserving rider and driver privacy is our #1 priority. All data is anonymized and aggregated to ensure no personally identifiable information or user behavior can be surfaced through the Movement tool.
We’re continually iterating on Movement in collaboration with government experts, transportation professionals, and academic organizations around the globe. We’re always interested in discussing research opportunities and soliciting feedback.
We’re gradually rolling out Movement to those who have requested access so far, with plans to make Movement publicly available to everyone in the weeks ahead.
Movement makes all insights available under the Creative Commons, Attribution Non-Commercial license.
No; data is available under a Creative Commons, Attribution Non-Commercial license. Contact email@example.com if you have any questions regarding your specific case.
All data is downloadable in CSV format. These exports include origin and destination geometry information for use in geospatial applications. If you have a specific geospatial need not handled by this case, we always welcome feedback to improve the product.
Uber Movement will only work in cities where we operate. Over time, we’ll be expanding to the majority of those cities. If you have a recommendation of where we should roll out to next, we’d welcome your feedback.
Movement data is freely available under the Creative Commons, Attribution Non-Commercial license. Any analysis you do with the data is your own. If cited in a paper, the following should be included in your acknowledgements section: “Data retrieved from Uber Movement, (c) 2017 Uber Technologies, Inc., https://movement.uber.com” as well as appropriate attribution according to the Data Provider attribution details available below.