Uber needed about six years to register its first one billion rides through its app and just six months to rack up the next billion.
CEO Travis Kalanick used a Facebook post on Monday to reveal details around the company milestone, which was achieved on June 18. Kalanick wrote that the 2 billionth trip was actually 147 different trips which started simultaneously in 16 countries on five continents.
The longest of that bunch of trips, according to Kalanick, lasted more than an hour as the rider and driver worked their way across the Indonesian capital of Jakarta. The shortest, a pool trip in Changsha, China, lasted just three minutes, he said.
Kalanick said that today Uber is in 450 cities around the world, so the company is giving $450 to each of the 147 lucky drivers and riders.
Last month, Uber snagged a $3.5 billion investment from the Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia. With a valuation of $62.5 billion, Uber has now raised more than $14 billion.