Uber users in Denver can now employ the application to buy transit tickets. This converts Denver as the first city all over the globe to receive the included ability, but it will not be the final. It is all fraction of Uber’s objective to make the service a single-stop destination for transportation requirements, from busses, bikesharing or carsharing, and more.

Only a few months back, Uber made it achievable to see RTD (Regional Transportation District) of Denver in its app, letting the riders to plan and look for public transportation rides. This is a sensible next action, and it is something we will possibly see Uber extend. If you are in Denver and do not see this alternative, do not worry—it is a stumbled launch.

To make this achievable in Denver, Uber associated with a London-located firm, Masabi, which designs mobile ticketing offerings. Masabi operates with 30 transportation organizations all over the world, comprising many in cities where Uber has a solid attendance. Considering the connection of Masabi and the fact that Uber included public transit of London to its app, we may assume that London will be the upcoming city to witness the extended in-app buyout.

Speaking of Uber, as Uber finally concludes its IPO, its unit for self-driving cars is getting some independence and a big cash inclusion. The firm declared this week that Denso, Toyota, and Softbank are spending a sum of $1 Billion in its Uber ATG (Advanced Technologies Group), in an agreement that values that fraction of the firm at $7.25 Billion. This includes onto $500 Million investment by Toyota in 2018, which the two claimed might lead to the making of an independent fleet based on Sienna minivan of Toyota.

Till now, many of the big car firms are joining hands to design autonomous tech mixed with ridesharing angles as it is anticipated to be a big market in the coming years.