RideKC Transit App Provides Transit Directions To Polling Places on Election Day, Nov. 3, 2020
(Kansas City, Mo. – Nov. 2, 2020) – The Kansas City Area Transportation Authority is reminding voters that they can easily take RideKC transit to their polling place for free. All polling places for the Nov. 3 election are available on RideKC’s official app, Transit.
Approximately 52% of regional polling places are located within ½-mile of public transit. To get started, simply download the Transit app to plan a trip to your polling place. Blue checkmarks indicate a polling place. Viewers may need to zoom out to see polling places.
Don't know which polling place is yours? Visit [url=https://ridekc.org/blog/election-day]https://ridekc.org/blog/election-day[/url] for links to confirm your voter registration and polling place.
KCATA will also provide free shuttle service on RideKC buses from the East Village Transit Center at 12th & Charlotte in downtown Kansas City to Arrowhead Stadium on Election Day. The shuttle will run between 5 a.m. and 9 p.m. approximately every 30 minutes on Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2020. The stadium will be available for registered Kansas City, Mo., voters who live in Jackson County.
RideKC fares have been suspended due to COVID.
In addition, RideKC Bike is offering two free rides to help people vote. Use code BIKETHEVOTE20 on the RideKC Bike app Nov. 3.
For complete route and schedule details going to the polls and advance voting sites, go to ridekc.org.
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