Transportation

September 1, 2015 6:29 AM

Sacramento International Airport signs agreement to allow Uber to serve travelers

Airport officials said they are responding to customer demands for smartphone-based ride sharing

Sacramento is one of several California airports that now allow ride-sharing services on site

Fares will be lower than taxi rates but subject to sudden, sharp increases during high demand

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