California (CA)

SacRT Forward: FREE rides on all buses and light rail trains offered by Sacramento Regional Transit in Sacramento, California [#SacRTForward #SacRT #Sacramento]

Sacramento’s main transit agency unveiled the biggest bus route redesign in its history, including extended service hours and more coordination between buses and light rail trains.

The project, called SacRT Forward, is part of a multiyear effort by the Sacramento Regional Transit District to modernize its service and operations in hopes of giving transit a stronger role regionally as the core metro area of Sacramento becomes denser and its freeways and main commuter routes more crowded.

“This is much more than changing bus routes; this is about reimagining what mobility means for the diverse communities in which we serve and getting people to places they want to go.”
– SacRT General Manager Henry Li said.

The agency is offering FREE rides on all buses and light rail trains Sunday, September 9, 2019 through Wednesday, September 11, 2019.

Ride FREE through Wednesday: Sacramento RT launches major bus-route overhaul:
Sacramento Bee

Receive one FREE scoop of Thrifty Ice Cream when you get your seasonal flu shot in California [#FREEScoop #ThriftyIceCream #RiteAid]

For the second year in a row, Rite Aid is offering a sweet incentive to you if you receive your annual flu shots.

If you visit one of the 600 participating pharmacies in California, you will receive one FREE scoop of Thrifty Ice Cream when you get your seasonal flu shot.

If you get immunized against the flu by September 30, 2019, you can redeem your coupon through October 6, 2019 at any location that features a hand-dipped Thrifty Ice Cream counter.

California Rite Aid Locations Offer FREE Scoop of Thrifty Ice Cream when Customers Receive their Annual Flu Shot:
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Colusa County Transit to offer FREE fare days in Colusa, California [#ColusaCountyTransit #Colusa #AllThingsFREE]

The Colusa County Transit will be offering a series of FREE fare days, thanks to a Low Carbon Transit Operations grant provided through Caltrans.

“The grant is given out to encourage ridership and lower greenhouse emissions”
– Tomas Simms, transit manager

Passengers that utilize the dial-a-ride system will receive FREE transportation on the fixed-timed routes traveling between Arbuckle, Colusa, Grimes, Maxwell, Princeton, Sites, Stonyford, Williams and Yuba City one week each month for the rest of the year.

To celebrate 40 years of business, the Colusa County Transit will also be offering FREE transportation the entire month of October 2019.

“There are plenty more to come. Towards the end of the year we will schedule more FREE fare days for next year as well.”
– Tomas Simms, transit manager

You must call the Transit office to schedule a ride. Drivers are not allowed to schedule passenger rides from the bus.

Riders must be 10 years old or older to ride alone.

According to Tomas Simms, FREE fare days exclude medical transports because these rides are funded by separate grant money.

A full list of scheduled route times is available at

The Colusa County Transit operates Monday through Friday from 7 a.m.- 5 p.m.

For more information or to schedule a ride, call 458-0287.

Colusa County Transit to offer week of FREE rides throughout county