Kansas’ three major cities – Topeka, Kansas City and Wichita — all have free ride programs on Election Day, Tues., Nov. 6.
Topeka Links & New Mt Zion Baptist Church are giving rides 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. on Nov. 6. To reserve a pickup call Links at 785-554-1533 or New Mt. Zion at 785-267-6312 (leave name, phone number and address. Must have photo ID)
Topeka Metro will be free of charge all day for fixed routes, and provide two free rides for paratransit users.
Ride KC routes will offer free fares all day on Nov. 6 as well, to make it easier for citizens to vote.
Wichita’s free ride system isn’t as straight forward. People who sport an “I Voted” sticker can ride free all day on Wichita Transit Authority Routes. That doesn’t necessarily get you a ride to the polls, but filling the void are Uber and Lyft, who are offering free rides to the poll.