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CNG Auto-rickshaws Now Available in Dhaka Through Uber 

Ride sharing service “Uber” has made CNG auto-rickshaws available in their ridesharing service in Dhaka city. Accessing the app earlier today, users noticed that a ‘CNG’ option was popping up with its regular services like UberX, Premier, Moto and UberXL options, after choosing a destination within Dhaka city.

In recent years, Uber has introduced to its users Uber XL, PREMIER, MOTO, HIRE, and INTERCITY services. 

The new offerings on the Uber platform will give its riders/users the choice to pick a ride option that is the best according to their needs, budgets, and lifestyles.

Uber launched its operations in Bangladesh in 2016 and In 2019, Uber first launched CNG auto-rickshaws in Chittagong city.

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