6 months later: Uber's top drop off destinations in Buffalo

Posted at 11:10 AM, Jan 17, 2018

January marks six months since ridesharing became legal in Buffalo, New York.

Services like Uber and Lyft began operating upstate on June 29th, 2016. To celebrate six months, Uber has released its top drop off destination in the Queen City.

  1. Buffalo Niagara International Airport
  2. Greyhound Bus Station
  3. New Era Field
  4. Falley Allen
  5. Ellicott Complex
  6. Curtiss Hotel
  7. Walden Galleria
  8. Hyatt Regency
  9. Marriott HarborCenter
  10. Seneca Buffalo Creek Casino

The longest trip recorded was 423 miles from Buffalo Niagara International Airport to JFK.

Uber says the busiest times of the week are Friday and Saturday afternoons through late evenings and morning/afternoon commutes.

Uber in Buffalo has also provided service to riders from 104 different countries.