Freebee Transportation Service Expands Reach In The City Of Kissimmee

KISSIMMEE – The City of Kissimmee announces the area expansion of its Freebee rideshare service, offering residents an efficient and cost-free mode of travel within Downtown Kissimmee.

The service is designed as a last-mile solution for commuters arriving at the SunRail/Intermodal Station. To facilitate efficient coverage, the boundaries have been established to encompass both the inner and outer areas surrounding the station.

The rideshare service now extends its reach to locations like the US Post Office for essential services, Oak Street Ballpark for sports and activities, and numerous local businesses. Adding to the previous destinations of Valencia College, HCA Florida Osceola Hospital, the Kissimmee Medical Arts District, City Hall, Osceola County Courthouse, Kissimmee Lakefront Park, and many others.

Freebee service facilitates transportation from SunRail to various destinations within the service area with three Teslas and one ADA-accessible van tailored for disabled riders. Freebee provides convenient, clean, and timely access to many points of interest and services and is open to all the visitors and residents of Kissimmee.

“Expanding the Freebee transportation service underlines our commitment to providing accessible, eco-friendly, and efficient transportation options for our residents,” stated Mike Steigerwald, City Manager of Kissimmee. “We aim to ensure that all residents have easy access and alternate forms of transit to important destinations within our community.”

Key features of Freebee in the City of Kissimmee include:

  • Free ride service for all users
  • Operating hours are Monday through Friday between 6 a.m. and 9 p.m.
  • Convenient booking via the Freebee app or phone call 855-918-3733
  • Transportation is available anywhere within the service area of Kissimmee
  • Eco-friendly electric vehicle service that eases traffic and carbon emissions
  • ADA-accessible van available

The expansion of Freebee services represents the first phase of a comprehensive enhancement plan. The city intends to implement subsequent expansions to further improve service quality and accessibility, considering the impact on the community.

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