The Communities for a Lifetime Initiative hosts rideshare education trainings for adults aged 55+. Rideshare services, like Lyft or Uber, can be a good option for people who can't or don't want to drive. Many older adults have a smartphone but may not have tried rideshare before. The training is offered in partnership with the
GoDakota Transportation Initiative.
The training covers a wide range of issues:
- Background checks for drivers
- How to schedule rides
- Cost of rides
- How to rate drivers
- How to tip drivers
If you’re interested in receiving rideshare training, but can’t attend an in-person session, see the Rideshare 101 video below.
Upcoming in-person rideshare trainings
If you are interested in attending an in-person training, please contact
Jess Luce at 651-554-6104. More dates will be posted as they become available. Trainings are one hour.
- Additional rideshare training is not being scheduled at this time. Please contact
Jess Luce, Communities for a Lifetime program manager, at 651-554-6104 for more information.
Organize a training
Community groups can schedule a training with Jess Luce, Communities for a Lifetime program manager, at
email@example.com. Promotional material will be made available for your training session.
See a sample flyer template.