Transport DC - $5 accessible taxi rides for MetroAccess users in DC

The DC Taxicab Commission has a new program called Transport DC that enables MetroAccess users who are District residents to get a taxi (a wheelchair accessible one if needed) within the District of Columbia for $5 one-way (payable with cash, credit or debit), plus free fare for up to two companion riders. The program offers flexibility for ride reservations to be made one hour before the ride is needed and people will need to provide their MetroAccess number. The number to book a ride is 1-844-322-7732.  Please be aware that only District residents who are registered with MetroAccess are eligible to participate in the inauguralTransport DC program.

 

More information can be found at http://dctaxi.dc.gov/page/transport-dc.

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