The new policy is coming into effect on September 19, Uber confirmed.
The ride-sharing company it would “take appropriate actions" if culprits are found.
The Taxi & Limousine Commission, which regulates Uber and other ride-hailing services in NYC, said that it is investigating the incident.
The incident is the latest discrimination controversy to engulf ridesharing platforms.
A pedestrian was killed in March when she was struck by the self-driving vehicle.
Transport for London told the company in September 2017 that it would not renew its license over safety concerns.
CNN report highlights safety concerns for women using ride-hailing apps.
Frederick Amfo was arraigned Friday on one count of rape and was released on $10,000 cash bail later that day.
Would you feel comfortable if the roads were flooded with student drivers?
The Tempe Police Vehicular Crimes Unit is actively investigating the incident.
On Sunday March 18, an Uber SUV hit and killed a pedestrian in the Arizona city of Tempe. What made the death of 49-year-old Elaine Herzberg different was that the vehicle that killed her was driving itself.
Uber won't tell us what they're hauling.
A driver’s median profit is just $3.37 per hour, and, when including vehicle costs, 30 percent of drivers are losing money for every mile they drive.
As Uber rolls out a service to allow health care services rides to patients, it faces a new lawsuit alleging it does not provide enough wheelchair-accessible vehicles in major cities.
Douglas Schifter took to Facebook to blame local politicians for his financial struggles as a livery cab driver.
All drivers employed by Uber and its Dubai-based counterpart, Careem, were male.
Uber and Lyft warn New Year's Eve party-goers that surge pricing will be in effect during the holiday, but many U.S. cities will be offering free rides to those ringing in 2018.
The unidentified hacker reportedly planned the extortion-style hack—the largest data breach in Uber's history—as a way to help pay the bills for him and his mother.
In an unusual move, the Justice Department shared information with the judge just days before the case began.
State investigators found that the ride-hailing company hired drivers despite previous felony convictions and motor vehicle offenses.