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.
On Wednesday, August 23 Roseville's Community Priorities Advisory Committee will discuss priorities of Public Works services at their 7 p.m. public meeting at Riley Library. Services provided by the Public Works department include: Roseville Transit, bikeways, roadways, traffic, floodplain management, and street maintenance.
During the summer months heat combines with vehicle exhaust to produce air pollution. Help improve our air quality and participate in Spare the Air for Bucks by riding transit, carpooling, walking, or biking. Log your trips for a chance to win cash and prizes during July and August. Approximately one in 10 participants will win each month!
Ride transit across the region with a single reloadable card! The Connect Card is available for nine Sacramento area transit agencies. You can now purchase your transit fare online, and protect your balance in case you lose your card. You'll never have to worry about carrying exact change again.
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.