Get out to vote with free transit services on Election Day, March 3

There's nothing stopping commuters from doing their civic duty this Super Tuesday. For the presidential primary election on March 3, eligible voters in Los Angeles have several options for free transportation to their polling location.

LA Metro

From midnight on Tuesday, March 3 to midnight on Wednesday, March 4, Metro is offering free rides on all bus and rail lines. Metro Bike Share will also offer free rides on Election Day, no promo code needed! Visit any bike station kiosk on March 3 to get a single free ride. The first 30 minutes are free and $1.75 per 30 minutes thereafter.

LADOT Transit

Ride free all day on DASH, Commuter Express, Cityride and LAnow compliments of the Los Angeles Department of Transportation.

Culver CityBus

CCB is waiving the fare on its routes on Election Day to ensure everyone has a ride to the voting booth.

Long Beach Transit

Long Beach Transit is making it easier for you to vote by offering free transportation on Election Day.

Pasadena Transit

Pasadena Transit is offering their services free-of-charge on Election Day to make getting to polling places more convenient.

Antelope Valley Transit Authority

AVTA is also offering free fares for Election Day.

Access

On Election Day, your trip will be free if you are going to or from an election polling site. When you book your trip the day before, be sure to let the reservationist know you are going to vote. No fare will be collected by the driver.

Hop aboard any one of these to cast your vote. Find your polling place at www.lavote.net/locator and for help planning your trip, use Metro's Trip Planner, Google Maps or the Apple Maps app. You can also cast your vote on campus! New this year, eligible LA County voters can cast their vote at any Vote Center in the county, including two at UCLA, in Ackerman Union and the Hammer Museum. For more information, visit bruinsvote.ucla.edu.