See Plymouth Starts Up Free Rides Program In Plymouth

See Plymouth’s “Ride Circuit” electric car program, which launched last spring, will operate this season from Memorial Day Weekend through the weekend before Thanksgiving.

Funding is provided by the town’s Visitor Services Board and administered by See Plymouth, the official tourism organization for the town and county of Plymouth.

This on-demand shuttle service helps reduce congestion by taking cars off the road and pooling riders going in the same direction. Driver Ambassadors promote the destination and offer local knowledge and recommendations. Residents and visitors offered rave reviews last year to the service that offers free rides throughout the Plymouth Downtown and Waterfront areas.

The three-car fleet of electric vehicles will include two GEM cars and a TESLA so that visitors can save gas and park once for the entire day. The new Tesla, capable of bringing passengers further, will make direct trips to Plimoth Patuxet Museums and the Plymouth & Brockton Bus Stop behind the Massachusetts Visitor Information Center, managed by See Plymouth.

The cars’ hours of operation will generally run from 11 am to 9 pm but will adjust based on visitor flow.

Days scheduled by month*

May: Friday, May 26 – Monday, May 29
June: Thursday – Sunday
July and August: Seven days a week
September and October: Saturday and Sunday
November: 11, 12, 16, 17, 18, 19

The Ride Circuit app can be downloaded on both Android and Apple devices with ease. *Schedule subject to change. Check the app to check that days’ services. More information can be found at


About See Plymouth
See Plymouth is a Destination Management Organization and the Convention Visitors Bureau for the town and county. It is responsible for promoting, advertising, and attracting earned media to market the area as a vacation and meetings travel destination and for providing optimal visitor services.