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Here’s how to get a free ride to the polls during early voting or Election Day

If you need a free ride to the polls on Election Day, these area groups have you covered.

FORT WORTH, Texas — This story has been updated to include more information on RideShare2Vote.

A number of groups are offering free rides to the polls on Election Day. Here's a list of where and how to get your free ride.


For the first time, Tarrant County agencies are partnering to offer free rides during early voting and on Election Day.

You’ll need to present a valid voter registration card or ID. For paratransit services, you’ll need to call 48 hours in advance.


Dallas Area Rapid Transit is offering free rides on March 3rd. Riders can ride the light rail, Paratransit, or Trinity Railway Express (TRE) commuter rail between CentrePort/DFW Airport station and EBJ Union Station by showing a valid voter registration card.


The Denton Vote Group is offering free rides in the UNT area. Visit the Denton Vote Group’s Facebook page or send an email to dentonvotegroup@gmail.com to request a ride.


Residents can take advantage of a rideshare app aimed at Democrats called RideShare2Vote. This service is also available in Dallas, Tarrant, Ellis and Denton counties as well as in Waxahachie. WFAA tested the app and found rides available in Frisco, McKinney and Plano.

If you know of any other groups offering free rides on election day, please let us know. You can email WFAA at newshelp@wfaa.com or send a text message to 214-977-6028.

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