Ride-share giant Uber has started driving in Albury.
After initially having to postpone their launch across all of regional NSW due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Uber drivers began taking local rides on Friday.
And the company are "thrilled" to be in town.
"We're thrilled to have launched Uber in Albury last week, although a bit later than we had originally planned," a Uber spokesperson told The Border Mail.
"We're excited to see drivers signing up to the use app, and look forward to seeing more locals and tourists using Uber as a safe and affordable way to get around.
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"We know the community has been asking for Uber for awhile now, and we are thrilled to respond to this demand, especially as Aussies start moving around again."
Uber wouldn't comment on how many drivers had signed up on the Border and whether COVID-19 had impacted the regional launch.
Once the regional NSW rollout is complete Uber said they will prioritise bringing ride-share to communities which cover both sides of the NSW and Victorian border, including Wodonga.