Release: Mayor Young and Lyft Announce Grocery Access Program Launch to Reduce Transportation Barriers to Healthy Food for Baltimore Residents

New program gives $2.50 rides to participating grocery stores in west and south neighborhoods through a partnership with the Baltimore Development Corporation and South Baltimore Gateway Partnership

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