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Frontline Workers Ride Free

To show appreciation for personnel who are tirelessly working on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic, SSL is inviting all doctors, nurses, EMTs, paramedics, firefighters, other medical personnel and law enforcement to ride free throughout the months of July and August. Law enforcement encompasses police officers, correctional officers, TSA agents, and other security personnel.

“Many medical personnel and first responders have continued to ride with us to their jobs since the pandemic started. We not only want to show our appreciation for their ridership but also for the work they are doing in their critical jobs on the frontlines,” said Michael Noland, President of South Shore Line. “Their selflessness has not gone unnoticed, and we want to express our sincere appreciation.”

To ride free, medical and law enforcement personnel must only present a valid work ID to SSL train personnel that shows they are employed at a hospital, doctor’s office, medical facility, fire department, police station, prison or related aforementioned agency.

Additionally, any medical and law enforcement personnel who have purchased a paper monthly ticket for May can request a refund by contacting SSL at www.mysouthshoreline.com/contact. Those who have purchased a digital monthly ticket for May via the mobile app can request a refund by emailing App Support in the app menu and attaching a photo of their valid work ID.

SSL also invites frontline workers to participate in the #ssltothefrontline giveaway contest on Facebook for a chance to win tickets and a goodie bag. SSL is asking all frontline workers who are riding the train to post a picture while on the train, along with the hashtag #ssltothefrontline, and share something about themselves. All submissions will be featured on social media to allow the public to thank those who are providing critical services during this difficult time.

SSL continues to monitor direction provided by the CDC and Indiana and Illinois officials as it pertains to the stay-at-home order. SSL thanks passengers for their patience and cooperation during this time.