How does it work?

Passengers can book a trip on a rideshare vehicle using the free WeGo app. Customers enter their pick-up and drop-off locations and a vehicle will pick them up within a block or two of their doorstep or a nearby location. Those who don’t have a smartphone to download the app can book a ride by phone.

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1. What is WeGo?
2. How does it work?
3. What are the hours of operation?
4. What are the service areas?
5. What is the normal wait time to be picked up by a WeGo driver?
6. Will the WeGo Van come directly to me?
7. How do I pay?
8. How much will a single one-way ride cost?
9. I don’t have a smartphone to download the WeGo app. Can I still book a ride?
10. Is WeGo accessible to persons with disabilities?
11. I live outside the current WeGo service area. Will WeGo ever be available to my Hall County neighborhood?
12. With how many riders will I share a ride?
13. Who are the WeGo drivers?
14. Is WeGo a public transit service?
15. Is WeGo accessible?
16. Can WeGo be hired out for private parties?