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Get Out and Vote with Free Rides on Election Day, March 5

Ballot drop box on the UCLA campus

There's nothing stopping commuters from doing their civic duty this Super Tuesday. For the presidential primary election on March 5, eligible voters in Los Angeles have several options for free transportation to their polling location or ballot drop box. Fare-free rides help create a more equitable and accessible voting experience for all.

LA Metro

No tapping required! From midnight on Tuesday, March 5, to 11:59 p.m., the transit agency will provide free rides on all bus and rail lines. On-demand rideshare service Metro Micro will provide free rides as well, with code Primary24. Vote-by-mail ballot drop boxes are also located at 9 Metro stations.

Or, pedal there! Metro Bike Share will offer free rides on Election Day, too. Visit any bike station on March 5 to get a single free ride. Select '1-Ride' and use code 030524 to redeem at the station kiosk, in the app, or online. Ride for an additional $1.75 per 30 minutes after the first half hour. You can roll to the polls as well. Culver CityBus is teaming up with Bird to boost civic participation this Super Tuesday. Use code ROLL2POLLS on March 5 to unlock two 30-minute free rides. The offer is valid until midnight.

Long Beach Transit 

LBT will also offer complimentary service for Election Day on Tuesday, March 5, to encourage new customers and help current ones.   

Hop aboard any one of these to cast your vote. Find your polling place at, and for help planning your trip, use Metro's Trip PlannerGoogle Maps, or the Apple Maps app.

You can also cast your vote right here! There are three Vote Centers Bruins can go to. Two on campus, in the Ackerman Union - Second Floor Bruin Reception Room and at Tom Bradley International Hall - Room 300, and one at the Hammer Museum in Westwood Village  just a brisk walk, bike ride, or trip on the complimentary BruinBus away! For more information, visit