The Immigrants' March

Rally to The Immigrants' March

  • destination location Rides to National Mall in Washington DC, DC
  • travel date Monday, May 1, 2017
  • about rally Rally is bus rideshare
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Rally trips to National Mall for The Immigrants' March


How does Rally work? Rally is crowdpowered travel. Every trip needs a minimum number of seats booked to go, so share with friends and watch in real-time as the bus fills up. You won't be charged until the trip is confirmed.

Does Rally offer early bird special pricing? Yes! The sooner you book the less you’ll pay. Not your first Rally trip? Make sure to log in to redeem your Rally Miles (every 100 miles = $5 credit).

Where can I signup to be a Bus Captain? Captains check in riders and can also suggest alternative Rally Points for their city. You'll have the opportunity to apply after booking your seat.

What's the story behind Rally? Rally launched after helping 5,000 people get to the Rally to Restore Sanity &/or Fear in 2010. Since then we've moved hundreds of thousands of riders to events throughout the country. On January 21, 2017, we delivered 50,000 riders to the Women’s March on Washington and sister marches throughout the country.

Is Rally a political organization? Nope, we provide transportation for individuals and groups going to thousands of events every year. Rally’s mission has always been to bring people together, enabling communities everywhere to peacefully assemble.

Where can I find more FAQs about Rally? General FAQs and Rally Terms.

Rally your own trip! Rent a bus and control every aspect of the ride!


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