Uber has officially announced the launch of UberX in New Jersey.

This means you’ll now be able to use it on New York’s busy subway lines and subways and in the tunnels under the Hudson River.

And UberX will also be available in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island and Staten Island Beach.

UberX was first announced in February, when it began charging drivers an extra fee for Uber trips in New Brunswick.

The company said in a blog post that it was launching in New Orleans in April, and in Washington D.C. in May.

Uber did not say how much the extra fee will be.

Uber has yet to announce pricing for UberXL, the company’s own ride-sharing service that launched in San Francisco last year.

UberXL is free to use, but it charges an additional $5 a trip to cover its operating costs.

New York City is also looking at introducing new taxi regulations, including one that will allow for a flat fee for both Uber and a competitor, Yellow Cab.

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed a bill that will make UberX available in Newark and in Newark alone, though Uber will not operate in the city, a spokesperson for the governor said.

New Yorkers will need to pay an additional fee of $1 for an UberX trip.

New Brunswick is one of Uber’s first markets, but the company has been slow to launch in New Mexico.

Uber is currently operating in Los Angeles and Austin, Texas.