Uber has submitted an application to start operating about 250 drivers in Hull.
BBC News reports that the ride-hailing firm's request is set to be heard by Hull City Council on Monday 12 February.
Regular cars, larger minibuses, pet-friendly rides and vehicles for accessibility needs would be part of the service.
According to the application document, Uber initially plans to have 250 drivers. The company has requested an exemption from council rules requiring it to display prices in its cars because its app system means prices fluctuate according to demand.
If the application is approved on Monday, Uber could become the first app-based ride hailing firm from outside Hull to get up and running. Uber rival Bolt was previously granted a private hire licence in May 2021 and advertised jobs for drivers, but its services never materialised.
Uber's drivers and vehicles would be licensed by the council, a report to the committee said.
Both Hull Cars and Drive currently offer apps to book private hire vehicles in the city.