Bus stop upgrades scheduled



        
An artistic rendering of Louis/Orlando Transfer Point improvements.


Louis/Orlando Transfer Point

Improvements are planned for the Louis/Orlando Transfer Point. The facilities and amenities will serve a busy transit center where passengers transfer between Roseville Transit, Placer County Transit, and Sacramento Regional Transit. The Louis/Orlando Transfer Point is located on Louis Lane between Orlando Avenue and Whyte Avenue. Construction costs are estimated to be approximately $3.8 million. If all construction funding is available, the project is scheduled for completion in 2014. 

  • Larger passenger boarding areas to accommodate more buses
  • New passenger shelters
  • Improved ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) access
  • Bus arrival/departure signs
  • Electronic fare ticketing machines
  • Lights and security cameras
  • Bicycle lockers
  • New landscaped Park & Ride facility

Taylor/I-80 Park & Ride Lot

This facility is owned by CalTrans, and due to state budget funding, Roseville is assisting with covering the cost of $135,000 to make improvements. Roseville Transit Commuter and Placer Commuter Express routes serve this stop. The project is fully funded and is scheduled to begin in 2014.

  • Larger passenger boarding areas to accommodate more buses
  • New passenger shelters
  • Improved ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) access
  • Bicycle lockers with e-card access
Civic Center Transfer Point

The Civic Center Transfer Point serves Roseville Transit Local routes and is located on Vernon Street in Downtown Roseville. The project is fully funded and is scheduled to begin in 2013.
  • Larger passenger boarding areas to accommodate more buses
  • New passenger shelters
  • Improved lighting