Conserve gas and improve air quality by taking alternative transportation to the Celebrate the Earth Festival on Saturday, April 18. Enter to win a Fitbit by riding your bike or the bus! Travel free on Roseville Transit the day of the festival (Local Service only). If you live nearby, get active and ride your bike or walk. A free secure bike parking corral will be available, no locks required.
The Antelope Creek Trail will be temporarily closed from Antelope Creek Drive to Galleria Boulevard beginning early evening on Friday, April 17 until Monday morning April 20, due to a Maya Archers special event. The trail portion from Antelope Creek Drive to Springview Drive in Rocklin will remain open.
Participate in one of several clinics and improve your cycling, safety, and basic bicycle maintenance skills. The clinics are taught by trained instructors certified by the League of American Bicyclists.
Effective as of Monday, January 26, 2015: Roseville Transit now offers two Monday - Thursday extra service routes on an interim basis to serve increased Commuter passenger demand. Also, updates have been made to Commuter Routes AM 2, PM 8, and PM 9.
As a sub-recipient of U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) federal funds, the City of Roseville has developed its Proposed Overall Race-Neutral DBE Goal for Federal Fiscal Years 2015/17. The City of Roseville is required to solicit public comment, relative to the proposed goal calculation and accompanied rationale.
The Roseville Transit Commuter bus stop at Maidu Community Center will be relocating to the nearby Maidu Skate Park beginning Monday, February 9. Passengers should park in the adjacent Park & Ride lot.