MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Md. (WDVM) — First there were taxis, then Uber and Lyft came and revolutionized ridesharing as we know it. Now, there’s another company on the scene called rubiRides, which is a safe, trusted rideshare for minors.
Founder and CEO Noreen Butler developed rubiRides to offer a safe rideshare service that she could use for her own children as a single mom. The Bethesda-based company, which is also available for folks with disabilities and seniors, just made its official launch this month.
In an effort to provide more comfortable options, there are few companies that are dedicated to safe, reliant and direct transportation of senior citizens. RubiRides, a DC-based rideshare service is committed to transporting senior citizens.
As Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) begins to reopen its school buildings while still adhering to social distancing guidelines, some families may not be able to put their children on school buses, or may even be anxious to do so.
In our continuing effort to research, review and rate the thousands of ways you can make money in the gig economy, SideHusl.com’s editors have reviewed half a dozen new side hustles this week. Some are good, some pretty bad. Here’s what we found with this new batch.