We're continuing to enhance cleaning on Roseville Transit

Updated June 25, 2020
We want you be safe and comfortable riding Roseville Transit

Buses are cleaned and sanitized daily. We're also using electrostatic sprayers are used to coat surfaces with a disinfecting mist. High-touch surfaces are sanitized throughout the day.

Following state health orders, drivers are required to wear face coverings while working and are temperature and symptom checked prior to the start of each shift.  

Since March, passengers have been boarding at the rear of Roseville Transit buses, where possible. Additionally, fare collection was suspended on Local, Dial-A-Ride, and Paratransit services. Following the recent installation of clear plastic screens between fare boxes and bus drivers, fare collection is scheduled to resume on Monday, October 5. Passengers will no longer be required to board at the rear bus door. 

These actions, along with reducing bus capacity and blocking off select seats, have increased the physical distance between passengers and drivers. The California Department of Public Health requires face coverings at bus stops and while traveling on public transit. 

Roseville Transit continues to monitor daily ridership and will add buses to routes, as necessary, in order to allow for physical distancing.

View more transit service updates in response to COVID-19.

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