BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Some Baltimoreans struggle with having access to healthy food. They may live in neighborhoods, labeled as food deserts, or when there’s no grocery store with fresh fruits and vegetables.

Lyft is hoping to change that by offering discounted rides for residents to get to a grocery store.

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“Everyone deserves access to healthy, nutritious food,” Lyft said. “So we’ve partnered with the City of Baltimore, local nonprofits, healthcare providers, and grocery stores to provide Baltimore residents in need with discounted Lyft rides to and from area grocers. Eligible participants receive $2.50 rides to and from participating grocery providers.”

Residents in Baltimore’s West and South Baltimore neighborhoods can register on Lyft’s website.

Up to 200 eligible residents will receive discounted Lyft rides for up to eight rides per month between November 18 and April 30, 2020.

Users must have the Lyft app to get the discount. They will receive the credit in the app and when they are ready to go shop, they entered the destination and the credit will be applied.

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In an announcement Monday, Mayor Jack Young said “Healthy food is a basic right,” and the pilot “not only helps residents get to and from the grocery store,” but, “reduces travel time and puts money back into the pockets of low-income residents”

He added this partnership is just one example of public-private partnerships that will advance Baltimore.

Here’s a list of the participating grocery stores:

West Baltimore:

South Baltimore:

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