SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Transit Authority is making it easier for Utahns to get to the polls on Election Day.
All UTA services will be free on Tuesday as part of an effort to make "important destinations along the Wasatch Front (and beyond) accessible." Face coverings are required.
UTA also added to its website a list of polling places and ballot drop boxes with easy access from UTA services, as well as which routes to take.
In addition, GREENbike is offering free rides to the public on Election Day. Riders can use the promo code "202020" at any GREENbike kiosk to take as many 30-minute trips as they need or want for the full 24 hours on Tuesday. The bike kiosks are spread across Salt Lake City and can be found at greenbikeslc.org.
Monday was the last day to postmark mail-in ballots, but they can still be dropped off at ballot boxes across the state until Tuesday at 8 p.m. In-person polling and registration locations will also be available Tuesday. Ballot drop-off and polling/registration locations can be found at vote.utah.gov. Most, if not all, locations are open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. The website also adds that "If you are in line by 8:00 pm, you will be permitted to vote."