We have implemented an enhanced disinfection process on top of our normal procedures for all Revel mopeds. This includes:
All of our full-time staff are eligible for benefits, including health care, sick days, and paid leave. We have instituted a remote work policy for the majority of our workforce, and have mandated that our operations staff who interact directly with the vehicles take the proper precautions and abstain from working if they feel ill.
Revel has now moved to 24/7 service in all our active markets to help essential workers get to and from overnight shifts & help those in NYC impacted by overnight subway shutdowns.
Our service area has expanded to include the South Bronx, Upper Manhattan (above 65th Street), and areas of Lower Manhattan to reach and support more essential workers and cover major hospital centers.
Facilities in our service area include:
In Brooklyn and Queens, we’re expanding our service area to make it easier for health care workers and others to get to and from major hospital centers like Elmhurst Hospital, Maimonides Medical Center, NYU Langone Hospital Brooklyn, and SUNY Downstate Medical Center.
Important reminders about this addition:
200 more mopeds to our Brooklyn and Queens service area
Our Miami service is temporarily paused in line with a local order, while in NYC we’ve expanded our service area to reach more essential workers and riders taking essential trips. To help our NYC team meet demand in the communities we serve, our Miami team has sent 200 mopeds up from Florida. Brooklyn and Queens – if you spot a Revel with a Florida license plate, know that it’s our way of sharing a little sunshine from Miami.
Miami-Dade County has issued an Emergency Order restricting the use of shared mobility options. Beginning 3/18, we have temporarily suspended Miami service. We are in contact with Miami-Dade County and will update our service as the situation evolves.
We’re partnering with local restaurants in our active service areas to help them transition to delivery and keep their business open. If you’re a restaurant owner in need of vehicles to help meet delivery demand, we are offering access to a free month-long membership.*
To date, partners include Torchy’s Tacos South Congress, El Arroyo, Old Thousand, TLV Austin and Emmer and Rye in Austin; Mistura Peruvian Rotisserie in Oakland; Jetties, Surfside, Millie’s, and Due South in Washington, D.C.; and Pearl’s Social & Billy Club, Evelina, Norbert’s Pizza, and Everyman Espresso in NY.
If interested, please email us at [email protected].
As of Friday, May 22nd, applications are closed for the Health Care Worker membership program that Revel launched on March 20. Current members will continue receiving free rides through June 1st, at which point rides will be discounted 20% through July 1.