Jibe Express is restarting Monday, July 13th, with new reconfigured routes and times.

Central and Eastside routes have been reconfigured and renamed. Each route now serves both areas, so riders can take either route to their destination, providing double the options.

Loop start times have been shifted to better serve rider demand.

Midwest and Westside routes have been renamed to reflect areas served.

Service is resuming on a limited schedule and will be adjusted to meet ridership demand.  

Additionally, Jibe has implemented new safety measures to protect the health of its riders and drivers:

  • Face masks are required on board Jibe Express.
  • For better social distancing, vehicle capacity reduced to 15 passengers.
  • Improved air circulation.
  • Vehicles are cleaned thoroughly every night, and fogged at least once a week.
  • As always, contactless payment enabled.

Download brochure for details, maps, and timetables.  


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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.

Download brochure for details, maps, and timetables.

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


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.


SacRT Route 11 – North Natomas/Land Park

SacRT Route 13 – Natomas/Arden

SacRT Route 113 – North Market Commuter


Amtrak Capitol Corridor – Downtown to Auburn or the Bay Area

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

SacRT Light Rail Gold Line – Downtown to Folsom

SacRT 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 commuters who use a commute alternative (Jibe Express, SacRT, bike, walk, carpool or vanpool) and are registered with Sac Region 511 and the Express Riders network.

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 five 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