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Free All-Day BART Pass

17 Jan

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The 2013 Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade and March takes place in the Yerba Buena Center on January 21, 2013 and the Northern California Dr. MLK Jr. Community Foundation wants to get you there for free with a Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. commemorative BART pass.

The free BART pass is good all day long on January 21, 2013, You can only pick it up between 8:30-10:30am from Bayfair, El Cerrito Del Norte, Fremont, Fruitvale, MacArthur, Millbrae, Pittsburg/Bay Point or Walnut Creek BART stations.

You need to register for this so do this quick as I am sure this will go quick! Click here to register

Once Registered:

After completion of your registration, arrive at your selected station/ferry terminal on Monday, January 21, between 8:30am and 10:30am, and proceed to the MLK2013 Volunteers near the Station Agent booths;
Present your required Identification (CA D.L. or other state I.D.);
Once received, provide each person in your group with a commemorative pass or ferry ticket, and proceed through the designated gates at the direction of the Station Agent;

For BART riders, board the San Francisco-bound train, and off-board at Montgomery Station, exit the station and proceed west on Market Street to 3rd Street. Proceed south on 3rd Street one block to Mission Street and to the entrance of Yerba Buena Center for the Arts at 701 Mission Street.

Please note: Commemorative BART passes are limited and on a first-come-first-serve basis.

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