Equipping every vehicle used to transport passengers with lighting to make them more visible at night. Installing remote streaming back up camera mirror dash cams with front and rearview night vision waterproof camera. Recording inside and out of the ride-sharing vehicle providing a 360 panoramic view for the passenger prior to getting into the vehicle, and a 911 (panic button) for emergencies. These safety features will be built into our Ride-sharing 2.0 web site. I know first hand what it's like to live in an underserved community where the bus stop is miles from your home. I didn't have a car, friends with cars and Uber and Lyft didn't exist. My children were very young we would walk five blocks to the catch the bus to the grocery. Which was six blocks away from the bus stop nearest to it. Or walk three blocks to the nearby Village Pantry to buy my family food that had too much salt, fat, sugar, or was processed and very unhealthy. Their selections just like today rarely included fresh anything. I have formed a partnership with the Far Eastside Council. (FEC) They will pay Ride-sharing 2.0 to deliver groceries to their senior citizens, their mobility challenged clients and single parents with young children for free. I wish this program was available when I had small children. I also remember some mornings rushing out the door late missing the bus and being late for work. Or getting out off work late and waiting for the bus praying I didn't miss the last connecting bus leaving downtown for my neighborhood, because I would have to walk about 3 miles and 4 blocks to my house in the dark. But thanks to Ride-sharing 2.0 and the FEC a segment of our community won't have to endure that experience.