Frequently Asked Questions
The two designated starting points are 3432 Martin Luther King Jr and Sacramento City College, but people are free to join the march along the route.
Yes, Regional Transit provides a courtesy bus for those who have trouble walking any part of the march!
No, you will not need a bus pass to get a shuttle ride back to your car, but you can get a pass after the march inside the Sacramento Convention Center.
Immediately after the marchers arrive at the convention center Regional Transit will begin shuttling marchers back to all two beginning locations.
Bus shuttles will run from 11:30p.m. to 2p.m., roughly two hours after shuttling begins taking the marchers back.
Regretfully, for safety reasons, dogs and other pets are not allowed in the march, except for those who have special needs or prior approvals.
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