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Ayala taps Uber in mall tie-up

Ayala Malls The 30th, the newest community mall of Ayala Land Inc. in Pasig, has teamed up with Uber to provide riders additional means to reach their favorite shopping destination.

Ayala Malls The 30th general manager Mariana Zobel de Ayala said the partnership would provide mall goers safe, reliable and convenient transportation options.

“We want to provide reliable transportation options for our shoppers, which is why we pursued this partnership with the world’s leading ride-sharing app, Uber. Through the uberHOP service, shoppers can easily get to and from Ayala Malls The 30th and other central business districts, with the peace of mind that they are safe and that they are conscientiously helping ease traffic in the metro by sharing a ride,” said Zobel de Ayala.

uberHOP is a service that travels the metro through pre-determined routes during peak hours and introduces additional routes with new pick-up and drop-off locations at Ayala Malls The 30th.

For a flat fare of P70, riders can conveniently gain access to Ayala Malls The 30th to and from the business hubs of Makati and Bonifacio Global City. With uberHOP, mall-goers can enjoy the benefits of a comfortable, safe and affordable transport option, while at the same time easing traffic congestion.

“One of the best ways to reduce traffic is to work together with companies and organizations. We are honored to share this vision with Ayala Malls the 30th, not just in providing easily accessible and reliable transport options, but more importantly in promoting ridesharing to ease traffic congestion,” said Uber Philippines general manager Laurence Cua.

Topics: Ayala Malls , Ayala Land Inc. , Uber
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