- Date: 09/18/2023
FlexRide Milwaukee, which is an on-demand transportation service, has launched a new program.”FlexRide for Working Parents” is the expansion. This…
A 15-passenger bus that transports residents – at no cost – to a job skills program is the latest move leaders at United Against Poverty have made to battle poverty and homelessness. The goal, organizers say, is for the bus to help eliminate transportation barriers for low-income adults.
“We have 18 adults who graduated from the Success Training Employment Program who utilized the bus,” United Against Poverty in Indian River County Executive Director Matt Tanner said. “They wouldn’t have been able to participate without the bus.”
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