SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Beginning Tuesday, more than 200,000 TK-12 students throughout Sacramento County will be eligible to ride on public transportation for free.
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A free program to provide public transit to TK-12th-grade students within the SacRT network. Students can travel on SacRT buses, light rail, and SmaRT Ride micro-transit service for free between Oct. 1, 2019, and Sept. 30, 2020.
HOW DO YOU GET THE PASS?
According to the Sac RT website, most students will automatically get a sticker with their valid student ID. Students who don’t get a sticker with their ID can check with their local library or visit SacRT’s Customer Service and Sales Center, 1225 R Street (adjacent to the 13th Street Light Rail Station).
Students who are experiencing homelessness or are in foster programs are also eligible.
You can learn more on SacRT’s website.
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SacRT services the following districts:Woman Killed In North Sacramento Hit-And-Run
Click here to view the bus routes for those districts.