See Plymouth Offers Free Rides In Plymouth Historic District

See Plymouth,  the official tourism organization charged with promoting the town and county of Plymouth, has announced that its pilot program offering free rides throughout the Plymouth Historic District gets under way officially Friday, June. 24.

The fleet of three multi-passenger electric cars enables passengers to park their cars once and ride free throughout the historic district, downtown and waterfront areas from 11 a.m. through 9 p.m. seven days a week through Labor Day, Sept. 5.

Ride Circuit photo2The Ride Circuit app can be downloaded on both Android and Apple devices. More information can be found at

See Plymouth 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. One of 16 Regional Tourism Councils  in the Commonwealth, the organization works in conjunction with the Mass. Office of Travel and Tourism, a state agency under the umbrella of The Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development. See Plymouth operates three visitor information locations: Headquarters at 4 North Street, Plymouth; the MA Visitor Center located at Route 3, Exit 13; and the Waterfront Visitor Center at Plymouth Harbor. Website and Social Media: