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How flexible transport helped save lives and provide support in Ukraine

Uber drivers helped evacuate people after the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Uber drivers helped evacuate people after the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Image: Reuters/Clodagh Kilcoyne

Shin-pei Tsay
Director, Policy for Cities and Transportation, Uber Technologies
Abhinav Bahl
Senior Manager, Global Social Impact & Community Engagement, Uber
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