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DART offers free rides for Texas primary election voters on March 1.

This story, originally published in The Dallas Morning News, is reprinted as part of a collaborative partnership between The Dallas Morning News and Texas Metro News. The partnership seeks to boost coverage of Dallas’ communities of color, particularly in southern Dallas.

Services include buses, trains, GoLink and Paratransit

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GoLink pick-up/drop-off location at Cedars station in Dallas. DART is offering free rides to the polls on March 1.(Lola Gomez / Staff Photographer)

By Sriya Reddy

DART is providing free transportation services for voters on March 1, the day of the Texas primary elections. Services that will be free include DART buses, trains, Dallas Streetcar, GoLink, Paratransit services and the TRE between EBJ Union Station and CentrePort/DFW Airport Station.

Voters do not need proof of registration to ride for free. DART operators are aware of the free rides for voters. Bus and train riders can let an operator know they are going to a polling location. For GoLink, riders can use the promo code VOTE22 at checkout for a free Adult Local Day Pass in the GoPass app.

Voting locations and other election information can be found at each county’s website. Riders can use DART’s Trip Planner online, the GoPass app or call customer service at 214-979-1111 to plan out a ride to a voting location.

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