SHUTTLE SERVICE FROM NORTH NATOMAS TO DOWNTOWN, AND BACK.

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Each weekday morning and afternoon, Jibe Express runs peak-period routes between North Natomas and downtown Sacramento. The neighborhood friendly vehicles are equipped with bike racks, free Wi-Fi and web tracking that enables riders to use their smartphone to see where their vehicle is.

Maps & Schedules
Tickets & Fare
Tracking
Alternatives & Connections
Emergency Ride Home
Holidays


Tracking

Looking for Jibe Express? Use these tools.

Service Bulletin Alerts – Receive text or email alerts on important updates including late buses and service outages.

Express Tracker – Find real-time bus locations and nearby stops and routes.

Alternatives & Connections

Jibe Express is just one part of a larger regional transit network.

Alternatives

RT Route 11 – North Natomas to Downtown via Truxel and Richards/Township 9

RT Route 13 – Natomas Marketplace to Arden/Del Paso via Northgate

Connections

Amtrak Capitol Corridor – Downtown to Auburn or the Bay Area

RT Light Rail Blue Line – Downtown to Watt & I-80 or Meadowview

RT Light Rail Gold Line – Downtown to Folsom

RT Light Rail Green Line – Downtown to Richards/Township 9

Yolobus 42A – Intercity Loop Clockwise

Yolobus 42B - Intercity Loop Counter-Clockwise

Yolobus 43 – Davis/Sacramento Express

Yolobus 241 – West Sacramento/Sacramento Commute

Emergency Ride Home

Need to get home in a pinch?

We offer an Emergency Ride Home for all Commuter Club commuters who use a commute alternative (Jibe Express, RT, bike, walk, carpool or vanpool).

Eligible users will be issued a voucher for use with Yellow Cab Company (for trips under 20 miles, or if you are too ill to drive) or through Enterprise Rent-A-Car (for trips over 20 miles). Jibe will cover the entire cost for a taxi or rental car, up to six times a year.

Valid Uses of the Emergency Ride Home Program:

  • An immediate family member has an emergency
  • A serious problem arises at your child's school or daycare
  • Fire or burglary damages your home
  • You are sick and can't wait for your normal ride home
  • Your carpool or vanpool partner has an emergency and you have no way to get home
  • Unscheduled, supervisor-approved overtime

The Emergency Ride Home Program May NOT Be Used For:

  • Personal errands
  • Business travel
  • Job-related injuries
  • Natural disasters (floods)
  • Medical or dental appointments
  • Missed ride home (vanpool, bus)
  • Other reasons deemed invalid by the program administrator