Biking: Do it Your Way
Many know biking is a blast. Have you ever thought about riding to and from work or to run errands?
Live too far away?
Don't know how to get started?
Try riding your bike for a short errand, and work up to riding to work once a week. Figure out the best route to take and plan a trip with Sac Region 511, or grab a map.
|North Natomas Trail Map||Sacramento Bikeway Map|
Don't have a bike?
Check out Jibe's unique Earn-a-Bike program or visit a local bike shop.
|Earn-a-Bike||Natomas Bike Shop|
Riding gets the heart pumping, promotes better lung health, strengthens muscles, improves flexibility, and decreases stress. For a list of health benefits check out: Bike Riding Benefits.
Walking: Do it Your Way
Walking to work, at work, or to run errands, is one of the healthiest and environmentally friendly ways to get around.
Walking is good for the heart and lungs. It can reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke. Walking helps manage hypertension, high cholesterol, joint and muscular pain or stiffness and diabetes. For a list of benefits go to: Walking Benefits.
Walk to work, log your trips and monitor your progress.
Jibe's Leah Barrett can help organize a walking group at work. Give her a few ideas and she will come up with a program that works best for your team.
Taking the bus to work provides a great opportunity to catch up on a book, save some money and reduce the stress of driving in traffic. Have you thought about taking transit but don’t know where to start? We are here to guide you.
Plan Your Trip
Curious About Jibe Express?
Jibe Express is a one-way commuter service from North Natomas to Downtown. Depending on your commute, Jibe Express may get you where you need to go in North Natomas. Take a look at the schedule to see if it can work for you, and contact us if you have any questions.
SacRT Bus Service in North Natomas
Currently, there are two Sacramento Regional Transit bus lines that run in North Natomas.
Regional Transit is moving forward with new routes and times on Bus 11 and 13. The redesigned bus network is called SacRT Forward. It includes starting service on the west side of I-5 in North Natomas. The new schedule includes better frequency, longer service hours and more weekend service. Changes go into effect September 8, 2019. Check out the new SacRT Forward routes.
Online Trip Planners
Trip planning can be as easy as just a few clicks. Tip: It's always a good idea to check the schedule from the service provider to make sure you have the most up-to date information.
Request a Map
Hand-held maps are a great resource to keep in your back pocket.
Talk To a Human
Sometimes you just need to talk it out with someone who knows the ins and outs.
Jibe Office: (916)-419-9955
SacRT Customer Service: (916) 321- BUSS (2877)
Get to the Bus Stop
Did you know that people who take transit walk more and are generally more active than those who drive? Most people underestimate walkability; it takes the average person about 20 minutes to walk one mile.
Bring Your Bike
All transit in North Natomas is equipped with three-position bike racks.
Drive your car, park it, and hop on transit.
Track the Bus
Need real-time information about bus arrivals, departures, and locations?
There are many fare options, as well as a variety of ways to pay. Be sure to check with your employer for any transit benefits they may offer.
Connections and Other Services
These services can help get you to where you need to go.
|El Dorado Transit||Yolobus|
|ETran||Yuba Sutter Transit|
|Folsom Stage Line|
Sharing the ride will save you time and money, reduce stress levels, and help ease traffic congestion.
You can connect with existing vanpools or establish a new one with Commute with Enterprise.
A great way to ease traffic congestion is to carpool. Find a seat or establish a new carpool.
If you’re interested, Program Manager Leah Barrett will be your transportation concierge and walk you through the process.