Plymouth, MA

Get Around Plymouth for FREE Thanks to New All-Electric Shuttle!

Dianna Carney
Get around Plymouth for free with Ride Circuit's all-electric shuttle.Photo bySee Plymouth / Photo Edit by Dianna Carney

(PLYMOUTH, MA) Exciting news for Plymouth visitors and residents! A new sustainable transportation service has just launched. Ride Circuit, an all-electric shuttle service, is offering free rides throughout the historic district to reduce emissions and congestion in the area.
A new all-electric shuttle service offers free rides throughout Historic Downtown Plymouth.Photo bySee Plymouth / Photo Edit by Dianna Carney

This new service will allow users to simply park once and then use the app to hail a free ride in one of the company's all-electric vehicles. The service is available to all smartphone users who download the Ride Circuit app.

According to See Plymouth, the service will launch on Memorial Day weekend, Friday, May 26th, 2023, and will run through Sunday, November 19th, 2023, the day after America's Hometown Thanksgiving Parade. Specific hours of operation can be found on the Ride Circuit app.
Fare-free electric shuttle service, Ride Circuit, has hit Plymouth streets!Photo bySee Plymouth / Photo Edit by Dianna Carney

This new service is a major step forward for Plymouth in its efforts to reduce its carbon footprint and become a more sustainable community. By offering free, on-demand rides in all-electric vehicles, Ride Circuit and the Town of Plymouth hope to make a positive impact on the environment while also providing a convenient and affordable transportation option for visitors and residents alike.

To learn more about how to download the app on Apple or Android devices or about the service launching in Downtown Plymouth, be sure to check out See Plymouth's website.

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