Ride transit for free on Sunday

City residents can ride the transit bus for free on Sunday during World Car Free Day. Both regular transit and Action Bus service will be free that day. Motorists are asked to park their vehicles and choose a different form of transportation, including city transit, carpooling, walking or biking.

City residents can ride the transit bus for free on Sunday during World Car Free Day. Both regular transit and Action Bus service will be free that day. Motorists are asked to park their vehicles and choose a different form of transportation, including city transit, carpooling, walking or biking. The City of Red Deer has partnered with the free service carpool.ca to match drivers and passengers based on their commuting and occasional driving needs. People who sign up to carpool spend less on gas, parking and vehicle maintenance. “We’re not asking people to make huge changes to how they get around the city, but we are asking they consider leaving their vehicles at home for the day and try getting where they need to go in a more environmentally-friendly way,” said Lauren Maris, environmental program specialist with the City of Red Deer. For more information, visit www.reddeer.ca/carfree www.reddeer.ca/transit and www.carpool.ca.

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