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Capital Metro is making sure people can get to the polls to vote this year.


MetroBike, Capital Metro's bike rent program, is offering free 24-hour bike rentals as part of youth cycling nonprofit Ghisallo Cycling's ATX #pedaltothepolls initiative anytime during voting. The offer can be redeemed at a kiosk or on the app.

And Capital Metro isn't stopping there; it will also provide free bus rides all day on Nov. 3 in spirit of Election Day.

Additionally, Ghisallo Cycling Initiative is providing free voter information including poll maps, bike and bus routes, and voting guides up until Nov. 3.

To access free bike rides, use the following codes:

On the BCycle app:

  • Early Voting: EVOTE20
  • Election Day: 2020VOTE

At a kiosk:

  • Early Voting: 3868320
  • Election Day: 868320

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