Uber and its parent company, ride-hailing service Lyft, have joined forces to provide an uber-friendly, ultra-fast and ultra-low-cost delivery service.
The service, dubbed Uber Express, will operate on Uber and the Lyft app, which is available in more than 300 cities around the world.
The two companies have teamed up with the country’s largest delivery service provider, delivery service giant Home Depot, to deliver to customers at $2.50 a ride.
This new service will operate across a number of different cities, including Washington D.C., Seattle, Chicago, San Francisco and Los Angeles, according to a release from the companies.
Customers can also request to be added to the service.
For example, customers can request a delivery from Chicago if they live in the city but are not from out of town.
The new service is designed to allow people to use their cars as personal delivery vehicles and have the convenience of getting a delivery within a few minutes.
It is a welcome change for the company, which has struggled to build a large following.
Uber, which was founded in 2011 by former Google executive Travis Kalanick, is facing a wave of criticism for its aggressive business model.
Uber’s rapid growth has forced it to spend a lot of money to hire new drivers and to develop a network of drivers and suppliers to keep up with demand.
The company is also facing backlash for what some see as its treatment of women drivers.
The companies announced Tuesday that they will combine forces with Home Depot to launch Uber Express in the next few weeks.
The deal will allow Uber to offer its service to customers in the same way Home Depot does with its own products.
Uber says it is also launching an uberportal app to allow customers to find and schedule delivery rides in their own homes, or on the go.
Uber Express will launch in the coming months in select cities, and Home Depot will launch it in the US later this year.
Home Depot says it will be the first US-based company to offer Uber Express.
Home the company has been expanding its Uber delivery service since launching its uberportals in 2016.
It says that it now delivers over 300,000 Uber cars a day in more then 1,000 U.S. cities.