Uber is shutting down UberRush, its on-demand delivery service, reports TechCrunch. The company said in an email to customers that it will be ending the program on June 30th, 2018.
The company launched the on-demand delivery service in 2014 in Manhattan, which allowed users to hire someone to pick up a package and deliver it to another location. The company later expanded the service to Chicago and San Francisco in 2015, but while it opened its Application Program Interface (API) for private businesses to use it as a delivery option, it never expanded beyond those three cities. In April 2017, Uber announced that restaurants would no longer be able to use the service, shifting food delivery over to another program, UberEats. A spokesperson for Uber confirmed the end of the program in a statement to TechCrunch, saying that the company is already applying lessons to UberEats.
The closure of UberRush follows the demise of another on-demand shipping company, Shyp. It downsized its operations back in July, and on Tuesday, announced that it was shutting down.