Ridesharing working well in Sister Bay

The Village of Sister Bay's efforts to recruit and train drivers for ridesharing services, such as Uber and Lyft, are working successfully.   The village began developing rideshare services in 2018 and began offering one-day classes for those interested in becoming Uber or Lyft driver last May.  Coordinator Louise Howson, with the Sister Bay Advancement Association, says those efforts have been well received by drivers and passengers who've used the service in larger communities.



Howson says even as activity slows down during the winter months there will continue to be a demand from visitors and residents for those rideshare services.

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