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    Kirby Hough demonstrates RideKC Freedom, a new on-demand ride sharing app being rolled out by the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority, which is led by President and CEO Robbie Makinen. For riders with disabilities, such as Hough and Makinen, the fare will be subsidized.

Kirby Hough demonstrates RideKC Freedom, a new on-demand ride sharing app being rolled out by the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority, which is led by President and CEO Robbie Makinen. For riders with disabilities, such as Hough and Makinen, the fare will be subsidized. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
Kirby Hough demonstrates RideKC Freedom, a new on-demand ride sharing app being rolled out by the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority, which is led by President and CEO Robbie Makinen. For riders with disabilities, such as Hough and Makinen, the fare will be subsidized. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

New Uber-like ride-hailing service helps riders with disabilities in KC

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