Local & Commuter Services

 

En Español.

 

To begin, look at the color Local Service map or Commuter Service map and find the routes that serve your travel needs. The map uses both colors and letters (for Local Service) or numbers (for Commuter Service) to designate the routes. Please keep in mind that you may need to take more than one route during your trip. Once you have identified your routes, you are ready to look at the schedules. Bus stops are identified on the maps.Bus stop signs

> Bus Stop - The bus stops only if there is a passenger boarding or exiting the bus at this stop.

> Timed Stop - The bus leaves at the scheduled time as shown on the route schedule.

> Transfer Point or Transit Center - The bus leaves at the scheduled time as shown on the route schedule. Departures at these stops are scheduled to help passengers transfer to other routes or transit agencies.

Find the stop where you want to board the bus. If that stop is not a Timed Stop or a Transfer Point, then look on the Local Service schedule or Commuter Service schedule and find the closest Timed Stop or Transfer Point prior to where you want to board. The bus will leave that stop at the time shown on the schedule.

See our popular destinations page to quickly find Local routes that serve many Roseville locations.

Use Roseville Transit's Bus Tracker tool to see the real-time location of your bus and arrival information.

Travel farther on transit by combining your trip with a bike. View tips on using bike racks available on all Roseville Transit buses.

Dial-A-Ride


En Español

Additional Assistance

For additional assistance call 745-7560 (TDD: (888) 745-7885) or visit the Alternative Transportation office at 316 Vernon St., Suite 150, Roseville, CA 95678. The office is open Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - noon and 1 - 4:45 p.m.

We offer the assistance of free volunteer Transit Ambassadors.

Free Mobility Training is also available for seniors and people with disabilities. Contact us to get started.