• Tiffani Johnson

SPIN Transportation Program

Hello Commissioner Tiffani,

Spin is excited to announce the extension of our Everyday Heroes program in DC. As you may recall, the program provides free 30-minute rides to medical staff in the region, but now the program has been expanded to include public transit and food service workers. It has also been extended through the summer.

We’re also continuing to offer free 30 minute rides to riders with low incomes through our Spin Access program. As DC enters Phase Two of reopening, Spin wants to ensure we’re improving transportation accessibility for all Washington, D.C. residents, especially essential workers and low income residents.

To make sure that all qualified DC residents are aware of and able to benefit from these programs, we ask that your organization share this information with your constituents. If you have any questions or concerns, I am happy to clarify via email or phone.

Thank you in advance for your help and I look forward to hearing from you soon.




Community Partnerships Associate- DC/Baltimore

T: 312 206 1978



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