Vermont, California, is a city that has seen an influx of new arrivals, including Uber drivers, as the ride-hailing service has made its way into the city.
But for those seeking a new job, Vermont is no place to start, as Uber drivers have been banned in the city by the city’s transportation department.
But there are some exceptions, and one of those is the Vermont Human Resources department, which has been working with the company on a temporary pilot program.
The Vermont Independent reports that Uber drivers who have been approved by the department will receive a $200 bonus and get to work in the Vermont public library, the city is partnering with Vermont’s new bike-sharing program, and the department is working with Uber to expand its driver training program to more neighborhoods.
Vermont has had Uber since 2014, when it was founded in Vermont by former Uber drivers and employees.
Since then, Uber has expanded to include cities in the U.K., Canada, and Australia.
It also recently launched a new regional business in the region, Uber’s first in New Zealand.
It’s unclear if Vermont will expand the program to other parts of the city or if it will expand it to more of its suburbs.
For now, Vermmont’s drivers have a small-scale pilot program in place, but they’re not able to work outside of Vermont.