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|Get around town with the Summer Youth Bus Pass. $10 buys unlimited Local fixed-route rides, June 1 - August 31, on Roseville Transit, Placer County Transit, and Auburn Transit. Buses travel to many area schools, malls, movie theaters, restaurants, parks, neighborhoods, and more! No student ID required to purchase or use the pass. Passes go on sale May 1. |
|Roseville Transit changes to Local Routes D, I and M were approved by the city council at their April 20 meeting. A spring/summer effective date will be announced in the coming days. |
These changes will extend service to areas identified in the Short Range Transit Plan, maximize efficiency and connections between routes, and will serve additional areas of Roseville that are currently without Local bus service.
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Cue the bike bells, May is Bike Month registration is now open! Ding ding. It’s time to dust off your bikes, pump up your tires and join your neighbors and co-workers in bicycling for work, school, shopping, recreation or training this May during the Sacramento region’s 12th Annual May is Bike Month Campaign. Sign up before May 1 and receive your Early Bird badge! Join the fun for a chance to win prizes.
|Roseville'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.|
|Let 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!|
|Keep 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.|
|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.|
|Make 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.|
|Area 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.|
|Are 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?|
|You can go farther with Roseville Transit when combining your trip with a bike. All buses are equipped with two front-mounted bike racks, available on a first-come, first-served basis. Learn step-by-step how to load and unload your bike.|
|Roseville's Alternative Transportation Division is your transportation resource. Our staff can assist you with Roseville Transit, biking, and commuting information.|