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Program Addresses Emergency Transportation Needs



It’s meant as a stopgap measure to help people with transportation emergencies, and it’s off to a flying start.

“We had over 100 calls in the first week,” said Brittany Burnett, president and CEO of the United Way of the CSRA, which is partnering with Lyft, for the Ride United Transportation Acc...

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