The plans for the Downtown Bridges and Trail Project will be reviewed at the 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 18 City Council meeting. The public's input is encouraged. This project includes the replacement of the library bridge, rotation of the Rube Nelson “Icehouse” Bridge, completion of a paved off-street trail (class I), and a new downtown pedestrian bridge connection between Royer Park and downtown.
Bucks for Bikes applications are now available for an opportunity to receive up to $200 toward a new commuter bike. The program helps commuters start using an active, clean, traffic-relieving mode of travel—bicycling! Submit your application by 5 p.m., Monday, March 9.
The City of Roseville Public Works Department is looking for volunteers to help with the bicycle/pedestrian count project. This information is important for understanding Roseville's biking and walking trends.
Bike lockers make it easy to cycle for work, school or errands, and are great for use in combination with riding transit or carpooling. The City of Roseville offers on-demand secure eLockers at key locations throughout the city.
You can go farther with Roseville Transit when combining your trip with a bike. All buses are equipped with two front-mounted bike racks, available on a first-come, first-served basis. Learn step-by-step how to load and unload your bike.