January 27, 2021

Announcing the Launch of Uncurb to Provide Choice and Transparency for Assisted Transportation

Online marketplace that helps caregivers find safe, high quality transportation for loved ones with limited mobility

Uncurb, an online marketplace that helps customers find high-assistance transportation such as wheelchair and medical transportation, today announced its official company launch. Currently serving Southeast Michigan, Uncurb provides customers with choice and transparency in their mobility options by curating a trusted network of committed and high-quality providers and partners to support mobility beyond curb-to-curb needs.

An estimated 25.5 million adults in the U.S. have travel-limiting disabilities, according to The Bureau of Transportation. Current on-demand ride-hailing companies have left a gap in services that require higher-assistance, especially as trust in sanitization, cleanliness and safety become crucial in today’s environment. Uncurb aims to close this gap by helping those who are impacted by sudden changes in mobility find, compare, and book vetted transportation providers specializing in higher-assistance services. Providers must meet and exceed marketplace standards before

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“The race never ends to develop ‘must have’ vehicle technologies,” says Kristin Kolodge, executive director of driver interaction and human machine interface research at J.D. Power. “New technology continues to be a primary factor in the vehicle purchase decision.”



a man driving a car: Cadillac’s Super Cruise technology gets revamped in the 2021 Cadillac Escalade, out this year, including automatic lane changes, and more. Unlike Tesla’s Autopilot, you don’t need your hands on the wheel but need to be looking at the road.


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Cadillac’s Super Cruise technology gets revamped in the 2021 Cadillac Escalade, out this year, including automatic lane changes, and more. Unlike Tesla’s Autopilot, you don’t need your hands on the wheel but need to be

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