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Culver CityBus Launches Free Fare Program for Local Students

 

August 5, 2021

Culver CityBus has launched a new pilot program offering free rides to students in the Culver City Unified School District during the upcoming school year.

This week, Culver City announced it is partnering with CCUSD to offer students unlimited rides at no cost on Culver CityBus, LA Metro bus and rail, and LADOT Dash.

Additional transit agencies are being added to help kids ride transit for free, city officials said.

Using the provided TAP card, students can ride for free to and from school, on trips after school and on weekends, now through June 30, 2022, city officials said it a press release. "If your student is already part of the TAP K-12 Reduced Fare program, they will need to pick up a new Fare-less K-12 card from their school and register it prior to use."

Culver CityBus representatives will be on site during Culver City Middle School and Culver City High School registration to answer questions from students and parents, said city officials.

 

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