BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Commuters hoping to leave their vehicles parked at home for World Car Free Day are getting another incentive to hop on the bus to get to work.
The Maryland Transit Administration is giving away free fares for World Car Free Day Friday through Monday.READ MORE: U.S. Park Police Name Pamela Smith As New Chief, First Black Woman To Lead The Force
Riders will need to have a CharmPass account to get the free ride, which will come in the form of a single day pass for BaltimoreLink buses and rail service or two one-way fares for the MARC train and commuter bus.
To sign up for an account or grab your free fare, visit the MTA’s website.READ MORE: Bobbleheads Memorialize Baltimore Sports Superfan Mo Gaba, Raise Money For Charity
TWO FREE RIDES on MDOT MTA? YOURS when you register your CharmPass app by midnight, Friday, September 20 at https://t.co/YY08Dyi4Xo. No purchase necessary, and all #CharmPass users eligible for this limited-time offer. #WorldCarFreeDay pic.twitter.com/V7o4LjdyYR
— MTA Maryland (@mtamaryland) September 19, 2019MORE NEWS: Baltimore Mayor, Maryland Governor Clash After Hogan Says City Getting More Vaccines Than ‘Entitled To’ In Response To WJZ Question