Liberty Mobility Now announces launch of transportation services for The Panhandle

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SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. Big urban communities have access to taxis, ride sharing and public transportation when it comes to needing a ride, but how about the rural communities?

Liberty Mobility Now announces its launch in Scottsbluff

“Liberty Mobility Now” has announced the launching of its transportation services in Nebraska. A presentation was held in Scottsbluff on Wednesday for the community and organizations interested in working with Liberty.

The meeting was meant to get a grasp of the need in the Scotts Bluff community. Liberty provides transportation options 24 hours a day, seven days a week for the public through drivers, volunteers and public transportation.

“So we have drivers available throughout The Panhandle including Scottsbluff, Sidney and Valentine right now in the community. They can go to their iPhone or their Android phone and download our app if you look at Liberty Mobility Now and request a ride or you can call our number,” said Valerie Lefler, President and CEO of Liberty Mobility Now.

Right now there are 6 drivers in Scotts Bluff County, Liberty hopes to have a total of 60 drivers. Those who are interested in becoming drivers or requesting a ride from Liberty can visit