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Are you planning to hang out at a friend's house, a bar or other location? Will you or a friend need a ride home?
Don't take the risk of driving drunk or riding with someone else who has been drinking.
Protect yourself, your loved ones and others by taking advantage of the Safe Ride program.
Safe Ride offers a free ride home, no questions asked.
Call (785) 621-2580Wednesday through Saturday10 p.m. to 3 a.m.
Remember, you don't have to be intoxicated to use this service. Safe Ride is available to everyone in the community.
The Safe Ride service was started by the Partnership for a Safer Community in June 2005 as part of an effort to provide alternative modes of transportation for individuals when they believe being on the roads is unsafe. It is a collaborative effort between Fort Hays State University, local business and the City of Hays. More than 20 local businesses and agencies support the service offering everything from discounted rates on advertising to monetary donations and free phone lines for riders to call.
Safe Ride is a free service available to the entire community. The Safe Ride bus picks up and drops off riders anywhere within the city limits between 10 p.m. and 3 a.m., Wednesday through Saturday nights.
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