Reliable transportation to work helps low-income workers escape the cycle of poverty.
41% of residents from small towns and rural communities have no public transportation options; 65% have few transit options and 25% have limit access to public transit.
4X. Workers who have reliable, consistent transportation are 4 times more likely to keep their jobs.
30% or more of low-income workers’ total income is dedicated to transportation costs.
Work doesn’t care about weather conditions.
who cannot afford a car frequently walk or bike to work, regardless of the weather.
This, in turn, carries a substantial risk for personal injury.
can severely impact a walking or biking worker's ability to arrive to work on time.
This can have a devastating impact on livelihood.
who walk or bike typically do so on roads that are heavily trafficked by automobiles.
These dangers are exacerbated when working at night.
How we’re impacting lives.
I get to work on time in the morning and they’re always prompt. At night, they wait outside for me to make sure I’m safe."
"The transportation service is very helpful! My son is disabled and I’m a single parent ..., so this service is very helpful getting my son to work."
"Due to the fact that I don’t have my own transportation, I used to have to find ... rides to and from work, which cuts my hours. The service is always available, on time, and professional."
"The service is good for people with out transportation to work. It’s reliable and ... and always on time. There is nothing that I dislike about this service!"
"I get to work on time. I save money. The service is doing something that no one ... has done. Helping poor people get to work."
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