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Port Authority to offer free rides for kids on New Year’s Eve

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Port Authority to offer free rides for kids on New Year’s Eve

A red Port Authority BRT bus at the Union Station. Photo Credit: (Wikipedia/An Errant Knight)

A red Port Authority BRT bus at the Union Station. Photo Credit: (Wikipedia/An Errant Knight)

A red Port Authority BRT bus at the Union Station. Photo Credit: (Wikipedia/An Errant Knight)

A red Port Authority BRT bus at the Union Station. Photo Credit: (Wikipedia/An Errant Knight)

Gage Goulding, News Editor

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PITTSBURGH – The Pittsburgh Port Authority will offer free rides to children on New Year’s Eve.

The free service will begin at 4 p.m. on Dec. 31 for children ages 6 to 12-years-old. Children must be accompanied by an adult wearing a First Night pin, according to a post on Twitter.

Riders within the age range will receive free service until the end of service that evening.

RELATED STORY: Pittsburgh Police prepare for First Night celebrations

Children under five-years-old are always free on Port Authority transit systems with a fare-paying adult.

For more information on First Night, visit The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s First Night website.

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Gage Goulding, News Editor

Gage Goulding is a senior Applied Journalism major with a minor in Public Relations. Gage is the Lead Anchor for RMU Live as well as a package reporter...

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