One of the largest obstacles faced by those with cancer is getting to and from doctor’s appointments – but thanks to Lyft, that will no longer be a problem for hundreds of passengers.
In partnership with the American Cancer Society, the ride-sharing service announced that they would be offering free rides to cancer patients who need transportation to a hospital.
The Road to Recovery initiative is expanding on Lyft’s pilot program, which has already been operating for the last year out of Las Vegas and Miami. The service will soon be available in 10 more American cities, including Atlanta, Cincinnati, Denver, Houston, Philadelphia, and St. Louis.
If you’re in need of transportation to a cancer-related appointment, you can visit the Road To Recovery website to arrange a ride. Passengers are advised to schedule the rides at least a few days in advance in order. Minors or patients with mobility issues are also required to travel with an adult companion.
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