The Transportation Association of Greenwich has announced it will provide free rides to polling stations Tuesday.
"It's something that TAG has done on a regular basis and we're trying to make sure that everybody knows about us and the availability of it," said Van Parker, the group's development director. "If you want to get to the polls, we'll make sure we get you there."
The not-for-profit service will be available to seniors and disabled adults on primary day. In the past, TAG has made the service available on polling days, and it was well received. Driver availability will limit the service to the hours of 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday.
Based in Riverside, TAG is a private, non-profit transportation service for the elderly, disabled and children. Founded in 1984 through United Way, it help residents traveling within and just outside Greenwich get to their destinations, whether the Senior Center or doctor's appointments for the elderly or the Boys and Girls Club and YMCA/YWCA for kids.
Call (203) 637-4345 at least 24 hours in advance of primary day to arrange a ride or go to the association's Web site.
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