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Citibus offers a free ride to the polls

From Citibus:

Citibus will be providing free rides on Election Day, Tuesday, July 31st, 2012, to anyone that shows their voter registration card on a fixed route and for CitiAccess service.

The lack of transportation to the polls will not be a valid reason for not casting your vote. Again this year, Citibus is encouraging Lubbock residents to get out and vote. Remember that every vote counts. By providing transportation to the polls, Citibus is pleased to assist the citizens of Lubbock in getting to the polling locations. Citibus routes are posted on our website. Maps are also located on the buses, at the Downtown Transfer Plaza, and our main office located at 801 Texas Ave.

Fixed route passengers are entitled to unlimited rides on July 31st, when they show a valid voter registration card. For CitiAccess service, clients with a valid voter registration card can ONLY ride to and from a polling location. For more information please call 712-2000.

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