Metro is offering free rides for Tuesday’s gubernatorial election – CBS Los Angeles

Los Angeles (CBSLA) – Metro will offer free rides on its trains and bike rental system on Tuesday to ensure people can vote in the gubernatorial elections.

The train ride is free on Tuesdays from midnight to 11:50 p.m. Meanwhile, Metro’s bike-share system offers free rides for the first 30 minutes, followed by a cost of $ 1.75 per half hour.

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Subway buses are already free of charge due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Free rides are also offered by Glendora Transportation Division, Los Angeles County Department of Public Works County Shuttles, Montebello Bus Lines, and Pasadena Transit.

Ballot boxes are also available at the following 10 subway stations:

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  • El Monte Transit Center, Plaza Area, 3501 Santa Anita Ave .;
  • Harbor Gateway Transit Center, Transit Plaza Area, 731 West 182nd St., Gardena;
  • Harbor Freeway C and J Lines (Green and Silver) Station, Park and Ride Area, 11500 S. Figueroa St., Los Angeles;
  • Hollywood / Western B-Line (Red) Station, Plaza Area, 5450 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles;
  • Mariachi Plaza L-Line (Gold) Station, Mezzanine, 1831 East First St., Los Angeles;
  • North Hollywood B-Line (Red) Station, Plaza Area, 5391 Lankershim Blvd .;
  • Norwalk C-Line (Green) Station, Plaza Area, 12901 Hoxie Ave., Norwalk;
  • Union Station, Customer Service Union Station East, 800 N. Alameda St., Los Angeles;
  • Wilshire / Vermont B and D Lines (Red and Purple) Station, Courtyard, 3150 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles; and
  • Woodman G Line (Orange) Station, Bike Stand / Locker Area, 13622 W. Oxnard St., Sherman Oaks.

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