782 revelers receive free rides on New Year’s Eve

January 3, 2023

782 revelers receive free rides on New Year’s Eve

LUDINGTON — A total of 782 people took advantage of the free Drive Safe, Drive Sober campaign on New Year’s Eve, according to Interim Ludington Police Chief, Cpt. Steve Wietrzykowski.  A total of 693 people rode Ludington Mass Transit Authority buses, and 89 people were provided transportation by Judy’s Rides. Seven people had their vehicles towed.

The program offered free rides in a radius from Ludington to Scottville and between north to Hansen Road and south to Conrad Road.

There was one operating while intoxicated arrest, said Wietrzykowski.

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