A special bus appeared in Cardiff city centre this week as part of the National Assembly's Vote 2011 Campaign.
The Assembly's outreach bus which has been touring around the country since October last year made its last stop in the capital to coincide with the final day before the National Assembly dissolved.
The bus which remained stationary on Queen Street from 11am to 5pm offered people impartial advice on both the March referendum and the forthcoming National Assembly elections on May 5.
It has toured the 22 local authorities in Wales, travelling through 40 constituencies encouraging people to use their vote.
Rebecca Spiller, 25, Outreach and Liaison Manager for South Wales said: "We are about telling people what their vote will mean, and not telling them how to vote. We don't mind how people vote we just want to encourage them to use it.
"People do not seem to know what they are voting for, so we provide them with the information they need.
"We are particularly encouraging young people."
The National Assembly dissolved at 12 midnight on Thursday.