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COAST offers free rides to voters on Election Day

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COAST is honored to offer free rides to anyone on their way to vote on Election Day, Tuesday, November 3. Please do not forget to wear a mask while using COAST on your way to the polls.

While the COAST public transit system does not provide transportation to each individual polling station directly, they are helping voters get to the polls by offering a free ride to everyone who is on their way to vote!

Passengers are simply asked to tell their driver that they are on their way to vote, or on the way back from voting, and they will not be charged for the ride.

Not sure where your polling place is? The Secretary of State’s website can help you find it: https://app.sos.nh.gov/Public/PollingPlaceSearch.aspx

ADA, Route 7 On-Demand, and Portsmouth Senior Transportation Clients: Please call TripLink for details 603-834-6010. Should we have capacity constraints for trips to the polls on these specific services, we may offer alternative travel times throughout the day.

The Cooperative Alliance for Seacoast Transportation (COAST) has provided public transit service to the Seacoast New Hampshire region since 1982. COAST is a non-profit agency, operating a regional public transit system that relies primarily on federal and local government support to operate. COAST is governed by a board of directors representing the communities served, two regional planning commissions, and many local and state agencies. COAST’s vision is to be an innovative leader in providing a broad range of public transportation services, connecting, and coordinating a robust network of transportation options for everyone.

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