Helping people get to work.

We provide safe, accessible transportation to those in need.
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Reliable, low cost transportation to work is important.

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.

Making transportation safe and accessible.

Work doesn’t care about weather conditions.

Workers

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.

Bad Weather

severely impacts walking/biking workers ability to be on time, which can have a devastating impact on livelihood.

Workers

who walk or bike typically do so on roads that are heavily trafficked by automobiles.

These dangers are further exacerbated when working at night.

Those We're helping.

How we’re impacting lives.

The most important person in this endeavor: you.

You help us provide solutions to those who wish to help themselves.

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Whether it’s receiving news and updates, commenting on future proposals or just lending your support, your participation in the Work Rides community helps us become a better advocacy platform for our riders!

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Your contribution helps Work Rides and our riders exponentially. Your gifts helps with things like vehicle maintenance, increased route scheduling, adding additional drivers and increased service hours.

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Want to make a difference in the lives of our riders? From fundraising to group meetups to crafting letters to your local officials to effectively leveraging social media; Work Rides will show you how!

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