The ridesharing company Uber, headquartered in San Francisco, has begun service to Sacramento’s airport and pays a small fee for each customer.
The ridesharing company Uber, headquartered in San Francisco, has begun service to Sacramento’s airport and pays a small fee for each customer. Eric Risberg Associated Press file
The ridesharing company Uber, headquartered in San Francisco, has begun service to Sacramento’s airport and pays a small fee for each customer. Eric Risberg Associated Press file

Sacramento International Airport signs agreement to allow Uber to serve travelers

September 01, 2015 06:29 AM

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