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Renovated Louis Orlando Transit Center opens on Friday, October 20
The newly improved Louis Orlando Transit Center is scheduled to resume bus service on Friday, October 20.

Buy your fare online with the Connect Card
News ImageRide transit across the region with a single reloadable card! You can now purchase your fare online, and autoload your pass before it expires. You'll never have to worry about carrying exact change again. Get your card now while they're free!

Is your Discount ID card expiring soon?
Is your Roseville Transit discount ID card about to expire? Be sure you can continue riding at the discounted fare by renewing your ID. Take this opportunity to get your Connect Card. You can simplify your travel by having your ID added to the back of your Connect Card. Act quickly while Connect Cards are free.

Are you ready to reboot your commute?
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Ready Set Ride is a new way to challenge friends and co-workers to drive alone less. Join us October 22-28 for a chance to win great prizes! Learn more readysetridechallenge.com.



Help shape the future of transit
News ImageThe Placer County Transportation Planning Agency wants to hear from you about how public transit can best serve the Placer region. Share your thoughts in a short online questionnaire, or join us at a meeting to learn more and provide input.

Civic Center Transfer Point temporarily moves to Oak Street during upcoming special events
News ImageDue to street closures for a special event in Downtown Roseville, Roseville Transit's Civic Center Transfer Point will move to Oak Street on Saturday, October 21 and Thursday, October 26.


Ride the Game Day Express
News ImageTickets are now on sale! Make Roseville Transit part of your game plan. Skip driving and parking and join fellow fans on non-stop bus service from Roseville to preseason and regular season Sacramento Kings home games at the Golden 1 Center.

Join FlashVote to share your opinion
The City of Roseville invites you to join its new FlashVote community. It's free, fast and fun. Civic participation has never been easier and we'd love your help.



Increase your independence with mobility training
News ImageResolve to take control of your transportation. We now offer free professional mobility training to help seniors or people with special needs learn how to use transit.


Schedule a visit from Alternative Transportation at your community group
News ImageRoseville's Alternative Transportation Division wants to help you learn how to use Roseville Transit, bikeways and carpooling. We meet with organizations, clubs, schools, and neighborhood associations to demonstrate how easy it is to use to alternative transportation for traveling to work, fun, errands, or medical appointments. Our free presentations and on-site training are customized to your group.

Transit Ambassadors help you navigate the region
News ImageLet a Transit Ambassador show you how easy it is to travel the area by bus! If you've never taken public transportation, or want to be comfortable using it more frequently, a Transit Ambassador can help you navigate the local bus routes. These screened and trained volunteers are enthusiastic, patient, and knowledgeable. It's easy to get where you need to go!

Receive Roseville Transit text message and e-mail alerts
News ImageSign up to receive text message and e-mail alerts about Roseville Transit service, upcoming holidays, changes to bus routes, and other important news. Messages are sent only when they matter, and your information is never shared or sold. Subscribe by texting RSVL TRANSIT to 468311 or sign up online.

Magnets & Passes Don't Mix
News ImageKeep your electronic transit passes safe by avoiding direct contact with devices containing magnets like iPods, cell phones or purse clasps. Contact with magnets may erase the electronic data on your pass.

Do your part to keep Roseville Transit facilities smoke-free
Thank you for your cooperation in making Roseville Transit facilities a pleasant, clean and safe environment for everyone. Please note that smoking is prohibited on all transit vehicles and inside bus shelters.

New bus stop signs
News ImageYou'll notice new Roseville Transit bus stop signs throughout town. For easy identification, the blue and orange signs coordinate with the design of Local and Commuter buses.

Two Commuter bus stops on Orlando Avenue suspended
News ImageService to Roseville Transit Commuter bus stops located on Orlando Avenue before Cirby Way, and Orlando Avenue at Louis Lane, were temporarily suspended on Monday, May 1 due to impacts from nearby construction.

Roseville Transit accepts award for Game Day Express
News ImageLast week Roseville Transit, Sacramento Kings and other transportation partners were honored for collaborating on the smooth opening of downtown Sacramento's Golden 1 Center. The teamwork eliminated the potential for traffic jams typical of a new arena or stadium opening in a downtown.

Seeking volunteer Transit Ambassadors
News ImageMake an important contribution by giving people more freedom by teaching them how to use the local public transportation network. Trained Transit Ambassadors offer assurance, experience, information, and a friendly face to new passengers.

Transit agencies in southern Placer now have one phone number
News ImageArea transit providers now have a new phone number, 745-7560. It can be dialed within the 916 and 530 area codes. Make this number your resource for area bus information, including: Roseville Transit, Placer County Transit, Auburn Transit, Lincoln Transit, and Health Express.

Become a volunteer Transit Ambassador
News ImageAre you looking for a fun way to volunteer your time while learning a new skill? Or, are you a regular traveler on Roseville Transit who'd like to help others ride the bus?

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