Make Roseville Transit part of your game plan. Skip driving and parking and join fellow fans on non-stop bus service from Roseville to Sacramento Kings home games at the Golden 1 Center. The family-friendly Game Day Express is a safe, clean and comfortable way to travel downtown.
Roseville Resident Discount*
Ages 2 and under
Permitted to ride on an adult’s lap
All fares subject to change.
*Passengers paying the discounted fare must present a valid Roseville Transit Resident Discount Photo ID when boarding the bus. No other forms of identification are accepted for transit discounts. Visit us at 401 Vernon Street to obtain your discount ID, it's $3 and takes less than 15 minutes. We’re open weekdays 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Be sure to bring your City of Roseville utility statement (electronic or printed) as proof of residency. If you are a Roseville resident who chooses not to obtain a discount ID, you pay the General Public fare. Have questions? We’re here to help. Call us at 774-5293 or e-mail email@example.com.
Game Day Express tickets are now on sale!
Buy tickets for one game or multiple games, one-way or round-trip. View the season's game schedule. Purchase your tickets early before they sell out! Tickets are non-refundable.
- Online Ticket purchases will be available until 3 p.m. the business day before each game*.
- In person at the Transportation Office Tickets can be purchased through 3 p.m. the business day before each game*. Visit the Alternative Transportation Office, 401 Vernon Street, open weekdays 8 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.
- Over the phone Call (916) 774-5293 weekdays, 8 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.
Does the Game Day Express travel to other events at the Golden 1 Center? At this time the Game Day Express will provide bus service to Kings home games only. If this season's service is successful, we will evaluate future expansion to other events at the Golden 1 Center.
Can my child travel alone to Sacramento? All youth, under age 18, need to be with an adult to travel on the Game Day Express.
Can I take a large group on the bus? Yes. If you have a large group (25+) planning to take the Game Day Express, please give us advanced notice in case there is a way we can better serve your group’s needs.
I have a Resident Discount ID that I use on Roseville Transit's Commuter Service. Is this valid to receive the Game Day Express resident discount? Yes, they are the same ID. You may present your Resident Discount ID when boarding the Game Day Express to receive the discount fare.
I have a Roseville Transit Commuter, Local, or Dial-A-Ride Pass. Are these valid to board the Game Day Express? No. These are all different bus services, you will need to purchase Game Day Express tickets to ride.
I purchased my Game Day Express ticket online. Do I need to print a copy to board the bus? No, you may simply show the ticket on your phone to the bus driver when boarding.
Why doesn't the bus stop directly in front of the Golden 1 Center? For security purposes, public buses are not permitted to stop in the immediate vicinity of the Golden 1 Center. But don't worry, we stop just a quick 5 minute walk from the arena.
Can I be part of the fun without having a basketball ticket? Everyone loves to ride the bus and why not see what the excitement is all about. You don’t need to go to the game to experience the new Downtown Commons. There are shops, restaurants, and other entertainment. Buy a Game Day Express ticket and give it a try.
How do I make sure I’m on the same bus as my friends? If multiple buses are leaving, you and your friends can take whichever one you prefer. Simply line up together and board as a group. There is no assigned seating.
Can I leave my stuff on the bus? We’re not responsible for anything left on the bus, so be sure to take valuables with you.
Can I bring food and drinks on board the bus? Eating, except for medical emergencies, is prohibited on all transit vehicles. Non-alcoholic drinks are permitted provided they are in a spill-proof container secured with a screw-top lid. Please note: Golden 1 Center does not allow food or drinks (including water) to be brought inside.
Where are restrooms available? You may use public restrooms in the Vernon Street Town Square or in the Sacramento Valley Station. There are no restrooms on Roseville Transit buses.
Can you accommodate riders with disabilities? The Game Day Express can transport passengers with mobility devices provided they can be loaded and secured safely. The bus has a ramp and the ability to “kneel” by lowering the front steps, making boarding easier. All buses are equipped with securement areas.
How will I learn if there’s a change in schedule? If there is important information for passengers, we’ll send a notification by e-mail/text message. Be sure to sign up for Roseville Transit E-Notify.
What if I miss the bus in Sacramento, how can I get home? Visit GetHereSac.com for other transportation options.
What if I still have more questions? Give our team a call at (916) 774-5293 or send us an e-mail. We appreciate your feedback about the services we work hard to provide.