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In Saudi Arabia,Careem launches first Bus Service.

Dubai’s Careem launches first bus service in Saudi Arabia

Dubai-based company recently acquired by Uber Technologies announces move into mass transport in Saudi Arabia

Dubai's Careem launches first bus service in Saudi Arabia
Careem will provide direct rides between Jeddah on the Red Sea to the holy city of Makkah for 25 riyals ($6.70) each way, a distance covering about 85 kilometres (53 Miles)
Careem Networks, the Middle Eastern ride-hailing company recently snatched up by Uber Technologies, is expanding in Saudi Arabia with a bus-transport service tailored to the millions of religious pilgrims flocking to the kingdom each year.Careem, which agreed in March to be bought by the US mobility pioneer for $3.1 billion, will provide direct rides between Jeddah on the Red Sea to the holy city of Makkah for 25 riyals ($6.70) each way, a distance covering about 85 kilometres (53 miles.)The Dubai-based company, which started a similar service in Egypt in December, has been expanding into mass transit and aims to offer bus routes throughout the region. It acquired Indian bus-shuttle app Commut in September 2018, and is also moving into other areas.
Careem Networks, the Middle Eastern ride-hailing company recently snatched up by Uber Technologies, is expanding in Saudi Arabia with a bus-transport service tailored to the millions of religious pilgrims flocking to the kingdom each year.Careem, which agreed in March to be bought by the US mobility pioneer for $3.1 billion, will provide direct rides between Jeddah on the Red Sea to the holy city of Makkah for 25 riyals ($6.70) each way, a distance covering about 85 kilometres (53 miles.)The Dubai-based company, which started a similar service in Egypt in December, has been expanding into mass transit and aims to offer bus routes throughout the region. It acquired Indian bus-shuttle app Commut in September 2018, and is also moving into other areas.
Careem Networks, the Middle Eastern ride-hailing company recently snatched up by Uber Technologies, is expanding in Saudi Arabia with a bus-transport service tailored to the millions of religious pilgrims flocking to the kingdom each year.Careem, which agreed in March to be bought by the US mobility pioneer for $3.1 billion, will provide direct rides between Jeddah on the Red Sea to the holy city of Makkah for 25 riyals ($6.70) each way, a distance covering about 85 kilometres (53 miles.)The Dubai-based company, which started a similar service in Egypt in December, has been expanding into mass transit and aims to offer bus routes throughout the region. It acquired Indian bus-shuttle app Commut in September 2018, and is also moving into other areas.

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