The automobile ride-sharing service once known as Uber has been allowed to resume business in California if it changes its corporate name to Über and alters its Terms of Service to deny rides to passengers deemed “inferior” by transportation regulations.
“Equity drives us, and all Über drivers need to be employees, but not all passengers can be customers, so there has to be a natural selection process,” said Fred Jeckeln of the California State Transportation Agency.
Jeckeln said that selection process is overseen by the Comprehensive Multimodal Corridor Planning Office.
“Our slogan is ‘Evolving the way the world moves’, and we are evolving away from a white transportation model,” said Jeckeln, Area Operations Administrator IV of the CMCPO.
“I view it as perfectly natural to exclude inferior passengers from Über when they are complicit in white supremacy,” said Jeckeln, who is white. “The Üntermensch can always use high speed rail, and that includes me.”