Careem shares top trends for 2022


Longest ride (900 km from Lahore to Abbotobad) in Pakistan

Careem, the region’s leading multi-service platform, shares the most interesting trends and insights from across the multi-service platform over 2022.

Mudassir Sheikha, CEO and co-founder of Careem, said: “2022 was an exciting year for Careem as we celebrated our 10th birthday, hit the monumental milestone of 1 billion rides, and supported the success of Expo 2022 Dubai and the FIFA World Cup Qatar.

The Super App continued to deliver extraordinary value for customers as Careem Plus grew in popularity and we introduced a range of innovative new ride-hailing, delivery, fintech, and partner services, while expanding Careem BIKE in the UAE and into KSA.”

“We feel blessed to have raised $778,162 for humanitarian, education and economic empowerment initiatives throughout the year. The opportunity to support our communities and unleash even more potential in the region through technology is enormous and we can’t wait to deliver further on our purpose in 2023.”

Rides:Throughout 2022 Careem Captains completed 97 million rides and covered 1.2 billion km, with the most rides recorded in Saudi Arabia (26.8 million). The longest Careem ride in 2022 was 900 km from Lahore to Abbotobad in Pakistan, and the most active customer took 2,480 rides throughout the year in Qatar, including 17 trips in one day! The airports with the most Careem rides were Riyadh Airport, Dubai International Airport, and Allama Iqbal International Airport in Lahore. City-to-city rides grew by 51% percent from 2021, and Sharjah to Dubai was the most popular city-to-city route for customers.