Uber has rolled out ride sharing in some of its most rural and remote regions.
But its rollout in rural parts of the country is only one step.
Now the company has said it wants to expand the service in cities as well.
In an email to Uber’s community managers, Uber said it would work with the Philippine National Police to ensure that local drivers can make the necessary connections with drivers in the city to ensure seamless service.
Uber will also provide a range of services, including free rides, carpooling, free wifi, and more, Uber wrote.
The Philippines is home to around 20 million people, but only about 2 percent of them are in urban areas, according to a 2016 report from the McKinsey Global Institute.
The Philippines’ rural population has remained largely unchanged over the last decade, with the majority living in the central and western parts of its three provinces.
This has meant that most people living in rural zones, where Uber operates, are rural.
And the Philippines has only one Uber, which operates in the capital Manila, with its headquarters in the Makati district of Manila.
The Philippine government says that in rural Manila, Uber drivers make a “significant contribution” to the city’s economy.
Uber has operated in the country since 2012, and in January, the Philippine government said it had granted Uber a “green card” that allowed it to operate in the Philippines without a permit.
Uber did not immediately respond to an emailed request for comment.