Operation Safe Ride in Yarmouth, Lower Cape Towns

A safe, free ride home from New Year's Eve celebrations
Photo courtesy of Provincetown Police

Police in Yarmouth and several Lower Cape Towns have activated "Operation Safe Ride" programs for New Year's Eve.

In Yarmouth, Operation Safe Ride Home starts at 6:00 PM Saturday, December 31st and ends at 3:00 AM on Sunday, January 1, 2017. Any citizen who needs a free and safe ride home from a Yarmouth licensed liquor establishment should call Town Taxi directly at 508.775.5555.

On the Lower Cape, Anyone who needs a safe and sober ride home on New Year’s Eve from a licensed liquor establishment to a residence in the Towns of Provincetown/Truro/Wellfleet/Eastham/Orleans can simply call one of the designated community-partnership taxi companies for a free and sober ride home.

The service will run from 10pm to 2am and will be call based, from 2am to 4am as long as you make a reservation in advance the service would still be free.

  • For a destination in Provincetown call Pride Taxi at 508-487-3400 or Cape Cab at 508-487-2222
  • For a destination in Truro call Cape Cab at 508-487-2222
  • For a destination in Wellfleet call Cape Cab at 508-349-8294
  • For a destination in Eastham call Cape Cab at 508-240-1500
  • For a destination in Orleans call Cape Cab at 508-240-1500
  • For a destination in Wellfleet, Eastham or Orleans call Cape Cab at 508-240-1500

​Cape law enforcement officials treat impaired driving as a serious crime.  Expect extra patrols to be out on New Year's Eve - and don't ruin your year with an OUI arrest.

We wish our readers a safe, fun New Year's Eve.


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