December 8, 2022



Announcing the Launch of Uncurb to Provide Choice and Transparency for Assisted Transportation

Online marketplace that helps caregivers find safe, high quality transportation for loved ones with limited mobility

Uncurb, an online marketplace that helps customers find high-assistance transportation such as wheelchair and medical transportation, today announced its official company launch. Currently serving Southeast Michigan, Uncurb provides customers with choice and transparency in their mobility options by curating a trusted network of committed and high-quality providers and partners to support mobility beyond curb-to-curb needs.

An estimated 25.5 million adults in the U.S. have travel-limiting disabilities, according to The Bureau of Transportation. Current on-demand ride-hailing companies have left a gap in services that require higher-assistance, especially as trust in sanitization, cleanliness and safety become crucial in today’s environment. Uncurb aims to close this gap by helping those who are impacted by sudden changes in mobility find, compare, and book vetted transportation providers specializing in higher-assistance services. Providers must meet and exceed marketplace standards before they become part of Uncurb’s network.

“Uncurb gives riders, families, medical and nonprofit institutions the choice and information in their mobility options. We are putting in one place the information they need to be empowered to make the best decisions, preserving riders’ independence as consumers rather than as patients,” said Minyang Jiang, Uncurb Co-founder and CEO. “The coronavirus has added another level of stress on caregivers, many of whom are working mothers like myself. Our goal is to empower customers by giving them a powerful resource to go to in selecting transportation services for their loved ones.”

Uncurb focuses on pre-scheduled rides that require added assistance and specialized vehicles The company selects and builds relationships with high quality providers who are trained, caring and insured. The team worked with Detroit-based Neon Software to develop the platform and user experience. On Uncurb, customers can find and compare transportation based on their needs, get quote estimates, see vehicle photos, and review provider credentials — and then send their request with one click.

“When individuals or their loved ones face a sudden change in mobility, they often don’t know where to turn or who they can trust,” said Brad Jaeger, Uncurb Co-Founder and COO. “Our team did a fantastic job working throughout quarantine to create this marketplace and build partnerships. We designed it with our own aging parents and family members in mind; it’s personally important to us that we have a tool like Uncurb to assist our family and ourselves one day.”

For launch, Uncurb is thrilled to welcome Somerset Collection, located in Troy, Michigan into its network of partners. For both companies, recognizing caregivers and providing a welcoming and comfortable experience for its guests is of utmost importance. Uncurb will profile Somerset Collection on its website, showcasing the commitment the company has made to create a safe, comfortable and exciting shopping experience for its customers, and highlight tailored services such as its “Collection to the Car,” a curbside fulfillment program that allows guests the ability to pull up for pre-arranged purchases, without the need to leave their vehicles.

Uncurb is actively building partnerships with providers, consumers and businesses affected by the pandemic. You can find more information about Uncurb, its service, providers and partners at


Born out of the desire to help individuals and caregivers who face a sudden change in mobility and independence, Uncurb’s online marketplace helps families more easily find, compare, and book high quality assisted transportation. Currently available to customers in Southeast, MI, Uncurb provides customers with choice and transparency in their mobility options. People can find and compare transportation based on their needs, get estimates, see vehicle photos, review provider credentials all in one place — and then send their request with one click. We ensure our customers are connected to providers who are experienced, trained, and caring, because we know mobility is more than transportation; it’s about being respected and enabling people to feel like they have a voice in who they choose to travel with.

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