Tarrant County voters can get a free ride to the polls through early voting and on Election Day.

The Tarrant County Commissioners Court approved a partnership for free election rides with transportation services in the county, according to a Sept. 27 news release. The free rides are a part of the Election Transportation Program.

“It is important that everyone get out and vote this November,” Tarrant County Precinct 1 Commissioner Roy Charles Brooks said in the release. “Once again, Tarrant County is offering free rides to the polls, including access to services for the elderly and mobility-impaired through this partnership. Anyone who needs a ride to the polls should take advantage of this service.”

Transit services included in the program are Trinity Metro’s bus routes, on-demand rideshare service Zipzone and Access paratransit. Also included are services from Tarrant County Transportation Services and Northeast Transportation Services.

“The county’s support helps voters get to the polls, and we are happy to provide transit for them,” said Wayne Gensler, Trinity Metro’s vice president and chief operating officer for bus and paratransit, in the release.

Early voting is Oct. 24-Nov. 4, and Election Day is Nov. 8. For a full list of polling locations for early voting and Election Day in Tarrant County, click here.