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.
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.
It will be a busy couple years for city building projects in Downtown Roseville. All of the projects are part of the Downtown Specific Plan designed through a community visioning process in 2009. The highly popular Vernon Street Town Square and roundabout at Washington Boulevard and Oak Street are examples of projects already completed in accordance with the plan.
Current projects include an office building at 316 Vernon Street, the Oak Street Parking facility, a new downtown Fire Station, three pedestrian bridges and bike trail connections through downtown.
You may have seen the friendly faces of Bike/Walk Ambassadors on Roseville trails. This program to encourage safe biking and walking is expanding. Bike/Walk Ambassadors will now be around schools handing out rewards to students who are practicing safe biking and walking habits.
The Dry Creek Greenway Multi-Use Trail Project is a planned 4-mile long trail along Dry, Cirby and Linda Creeks. Environmental studies are continuing for the project. The results of the environmental studies will be incorporated into a Draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR). Depending on the continued progress of the environmental studies, the current schedule anticipates that the Draft EIR would be available for public review in early 2016.
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.
Roseville's off-street trails are a great place for fun, recreation and transportation. With courtesy, common sense, and a few safety guidelines, all visitors can have a safe and enjoyable experience. Be a responsible trail user, Share the Trail.