Lyft offers some Baltimore residents cheap rides for groceries

A partnership between Baltimore and ride-sharing firm Lyft aims to boost some city residents’ access to healthy food by providing discounted rides to area grocery stores. Lyft and city officials said on Monday the company will provide up to eight rides a month to 200 residents in south and west Baltimore. Eligible residents can receive rides ...

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