Welcome to the Sacramento TMA
(Transportation Management Association)

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Your commute can win Commuter Club prizes

Take transit and let someone else drive

Take transit and someone else drives you to work

Regional Transit Green Line to Richards Boulevard

RT Green Line to Richards Boulevard

Township 9 light rail and bus station on Richards Boulevard

Township 9 light rail and bus station on Richards

Reduce traffic congestion by sharing a ride

You can reduce traffic by sharing a ride.

The TMA provides a ride home if you don't drive alone

The TMA provides a ride home for members' employees that don't drive alone to work.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Commuter Resources

Commuter Resource Guide
Origin
Description of Service
Phone
Website / email
Traffic conditions, bus and light rail information for more than 20 transit agencies and information on bicycle commuting. Telephone service is in English and Spanish. 511

(Area code 916)
www.sacregion511.org

Commuter Club

Join and log in to find a carpool or vanpool, keep a Trip Diary, win prizes, and download a Voucher for an Emergency Ride. 916-737-1513 sacregioncommuterclub.org
Park & ride lots Map of Park & Ride lots in El Dorado, Yuba, Yolo, Placer, Sacramento and Sutter counties. 511 www.sacregion511.org/ rideshare/parkandride/
Commuter Check Employers can save up to 10% in payroll tax savings. IRS tax code section 132 (f) allows employees to use tax-free dollars (subject to monthly limits) to save up to 40% of their commuting costs. (800) 531-2828

www.commutercheck.com

 

 

Transit Providers

Regional Transit's bus and Light rail schedules, fares, Online Trip Planner, Real-time Bus Tracker (916) 321-BUSS (2877)

www.sacrt.com

Amador Transit Amador Transit Sacramento Express travels Monday-Friday to downtown Sacramento. All buses have lifts and bike racks. (209) 267-9395

www.amadortransit.com

info@amadortransit.com

Amtrak Capitol Corridor Schedules, fares, trip-planning and train status. Stops, stations, route maps and connections. (877) 974-3322

www.capitolcorridor.org/

e-tran Elk Grove commuter bus. Routes are coordinated with RT buses and light rail and South County Transit/Link (SCT/LINK). Main transfer points are at the Cosumnes River College, Meadowview Light Rail Station and Laguna Town Hall. (916) 68E-TRAN

or

683-8726

www.e-tran.org/

El Dorado Transit

El Dorado Transit’s Commuter Service provides 11 morning trips from El Dorado County to downtown Sacramento with 11 return trips every weekday afternoon. (530) 642-5383

www.eldoradotransit.com

Paratransit

Provides transportation to individuals with disabilities, the elderly, and related agencies in Sacramento County. (916) 429-2009

www.paratransit.org

Placer Commuter Express Placer Commuter Express (PCE) is a weekday commuter bus service that transports riders from stops along the I-80 corridor (Colfax, Clipper Gap, Auburn, Penryn, Loomis, Rocklin, and Roseville) to downtown Sacramento. (530) 885-BUSS

or

(916) 784-6177

www.placer.ca.gov/transit

pct@placer.ca.gov

Roseville Transit Express routes to and from downtown Sacramento, Monday - Friday, during peak commute hours. (916) or (530) 745-7560

TDD: (888) 745-7885

www.roseville.ca.us/

transportation@roseville.ca.us

Unitrans

Connects with several transit systems and Amtrak/Capitol Corridor trains. YoloBus connects with Unitrans at the Memorial Union and many stops in Davis. (530) 752 - BUSS [2877]

www.unitrans.com/

unitrans@ucdavis.edu

Yolo Bus YoloBus provides service to Sacramento, Woodland, the Sacramento Airport, as well as within Davis and throughout Yolo County. (530) 661-0816

www.yolobus.com/

custserv@yctd.org

Yuba-Sutter Transit

Sacramento Commuter Express offers commute-hour service between Marysville/Yuba City and key stops in Downtown Sacramento. (530) 742-BUSS (2877)

TTY 634-6889

www.yubasuttertransit.com

Altamont Commuter Express Altamont Commuter Express (ACE Rail) is a commuter train that runs between Stockton and San Jose, California. 1-800-411-RAIL

www.acerail.com

andrea@acerail.com

Velocab

Operate downtown/midtown Mon - Fri, 10:00am - 6:00pm around the Capitol, Convention Center, Cathedral and Old Sacramento. (916) 498-9980

www.ridevelocab.com/

Vanpool Services

CalVans Drive one. Join one. Form one.

CalVans is sponsored by the California Vanpool Authority.
(866) 655-5444

www.calvans.org/

calvans@co.kings.ca.us

Enterprise RideshareEnterprise Rideshare

Full service commuter vanpool leasing company. Assistance forming a vanpool or finding an existing vanpool. 800-VAN-4WORK
or (916) 480-4961

www.vanpool.com

VRide Formerly VPSI, commuter vanpool leasing company helps form a vanpool or find an existing vanpool. 800-VAN-RIDE

(800-826-7433)

www.vride.com/

Bicycling

Bike maps

American River Bike Trail, Davis, City of Elk Grove, City of Folsom, City of Roseville, Sacramento County, Yuba City, and more.

www.sacregion511.org

Bike trip planner

Llocal agencies and bicyclists provide up-to-date bicycle maps and route conditions. Trips can be planned to be most direct or most bike friendly.

www.sacregion511.org

Bike Commute Guide

How to dress. What equipment you need. Rules of the Road. How to choose a commute route.

Right click on the guide and save it to your desktop. Then open it with Adobe Acrobat.

http://www.sacregion511.org/
bicycling/
BicycleCommuteGuide
_v3.pdf

Smart Cycling classes

 In the Urban Cycling Skills class, you'll ride on the street with traffic, learning where to ride safely, how to be visible and predictable to motorists and where to position yourself at intersections. Off street, you'll practice Hazard Avoidance Drills and in the classroom, you'll watch a avideo, put it all together, learn the rules of the road and basic maintenance.

www.smart-cycling.org/

California Bicycle Coalition

The California Bicycle Coalition is a statewide nonprofit advocacy and education group of individuals, organizations, clubs and businesses advocating for safer, healthier, more livable communities through bicycling.

http://www.calbike.org/

(SABA) Sacramento Area Bicycle Advocates

SABA works to maintain, improve and expand bikeways, improve bicycle access, increase cycling safety through education, enforcement and hazard removal, get lockers and showers and workplaces and bike parking everywhere it is needed and to create a regional network of bike trails.

http://sacbike.org/

League of American Bicyclists

With a current membership of 300,000 affiliated cyclists, including 25,000 individuals and 700 affiliated organizations, the League works through advocacy and education to promote bicycling for fun, fitness and transportation.

www.bikeleague.org/

Air Quality

Spare the Air

Sacramento current air quality conditions, Air Quality Index, Health effects, Things to do to help improve the air quality.

www.sparetheair.com/

Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District

The District website provides information, newsletters, publications, rules, regulations and plans for improving regional air quality.

www.airquality.org/

Sign up for Air Alert Air Alert is a free service notifying you via email or text message with the Sacramento region’s daily air quality forecast for ground-level ozone from May – October and for particulate matter from November – April. sparetheair.com/airalert.cfm

Breathe California of Sacramento Emigrant Trails

Breathe California of Sacramento – Emigrant Trails is dedicated to healthy air and preventing lung and other air-pollution related diseases by partnering with youth, advocating public policy, supporting air pollution research, and educating the public.

www.sacbreathe.org/