Uber said it had provided information on more than 12 million riders and drivers to various federal regulators over the final six months of 2015, according to an internal transparency report released Tuesday.
The ride-hailing company said that between July and December of last year, it had shared information on 469 of its users to state and federal law enforcement agencies.
The agencies had requested that Uber provide information on trips, trip requests, pick-up and drop-off areas, fares, vehicles and drivers, according to Reuters.
A large number of law enforcement requests were related to fraud investigations, the report said. Uber said it had not received any national security requests.
The company has not given similar transparency reports on similar information requests from other countries.