The cost to the public for a program that drives people home from bars on holidays decreased last year after increased oversight stemming from a Dayton Daily News investigation that found possible abuses of the program.
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What: Get a cab ride home from places serving alcohol to discourage drunk driving.
Where: Free in Montgomery County, up to a $50 fare.
When: From 6 p.m. Friday, March 14, to 6 a.m. Tuesday, March 18.
How: Call (937) 449-9999 to request a ride.
Provided by: Heidelberg Distributing Company, AAA and the Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office.
Find out what cab companies charged for giving free rides during designated holidays at mydaytondailynews.com