The City of Roseville is committed to reducing commute vehicle trips and improving air quality by providing commuters with alternatives to driving alone.
Our goal is to reduce vehicle miles traveled by at least 20% - which means that if you use alternative transportation just one day a week, you are helping meet the goal. Whether you want to bike, carpool/vanpool, walk, or ride the bus or train to work, we can help you.
Beginning this fall, the Sacramento region's transition to a new transit smart card fare payment system will move forward with the soft launch of the Connect Card--an easy new way to pay fares. The Connect Card will also provide a convenient way to ride any of the nine participating transit systems across the region with just one card.
Traffic is one of the topics we hear most about from you. There is a plan to raise about $1.6 billion to fund highway projects, public transit expansion, local street maintenance and improvements including Highway 65 widening and the Highway 65 / I-80 interchange.
Roseville schools are teaming up with the City of Roseville to participate in the annual Walk or Bike to School Day on Wednesday, October 5. Organized by the school's parent-teacher association and staff from the City of Roseville's Safe Routes to School program, the day is designed to encourage walking or biking to school in groups rather than driving.
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.