Regina Transit Offers Free Passes On Election Day – Regina | The Canadian News

Regina voters will have a free transportation option on Monday so they can cast their vote in federal elections.

The City of Regina has announced that free transit passes can be downloaded by visiting the city ​​website.

Citizens who take advantage of the free service can print the pass and show it to the bus driver or they can present the pass on their phone.

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Passes are also available at the Transit Information Center located at 2124 11th Ave.

“It is important that residents get out and vote,” Citizen Services Executive Director Kim Onrait said in a statement.

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“We want everyone to have the opportunity to come to their polling places and have a say in this federal election, and we hope a free bus ride will help.”

The city says the pass is valid for both conventional and paratransit service.

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Passengers are reminded that masks are required when riding Regina Transit to limit the spread of COVID-19.

Passengers are encouraged to use the hand sanitizer provided on all buses and to stay home if they feel ill.

Bus schedules can be found at Live transit or by calling 306-777-RIDE (7433).

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