Emergency Ride Home

Ride Without Worry

One common question many working professionals have about public transportation is what they will do when life’s little emergencies arise. How will they get home without a car if they have a sick child or have to work late? Working Professional Riding HART

Well, worry no more: The Emergency Ride Home program is the answer to your public transportation concerns. If at least two days a week you ride the bus, vanpool or carpool (or even ride a bicycle or walk), you can take up to 4 free taxi rides each year in cases of personal illness, family emergency or unexpected overtime. (Some restrictions apply; please call for details.)

By using another mode of transportation, rather than driving alone, you are reducing traffic and parking congestion, curbing auto emissions and improving the quality of life in our community. By providing incentives like the Emergency Ride Home Program, we hope to encourage everyone to commute the smart way!

How Do I Enroll?

To register, call TBARTA Commuter Services at (800) 998-RIDE. You'll be enrolled in the Emergency Ride Home Program and must re-enroll annually. That's all there is to it!


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