Wheelchairs & Mobility Devices
Read more about accessibility.
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.
WATCH this video clip on using bus bike racks.
Unloading Bike Racks
- Squeeze the handle to lower the rack.
- Load your bicycle the slot closest to the bus, if available.
- Raise the support arm up and over the front tire so it is secure.
- Board the bus and pay your fare.
As you near your stop, tell the driver you will be removing your bicycle and use the front door to exit.
Caution: Use bicycle racks at your own risk. Roseville Transit is not liable or responsible for loss or damage to bicycles or personal injury that may occur as a result of use of the racks.
- Lift the support arm up and off the tire.
- Lift your bicycle out of the rack.
- Squeeze the handle and lift the rack to its upright position.
When the bicycle rack is occupied, a folding bicycle may be brought on board provided: it is already folded and stored in a carrier bag when boarding, and it remains in your control and does not block the aisle at any time. When capacity is an issue, folding bicycles must be stored under an aisle-facing seat (maximum 12" in height when folded).
Find out about bike lockers.
Code of Conduct
Taking public transportation means sharing space, so courtesy and respect are important. Roseville Transit is committed to providing a safe, secure and comfortable transit environment for all passengers. By riding Roseville Transit you agree to follow this general Code of Conduct, which applies to our entire bus system. For more details, see Roseville Transit's Administrative Policies. Violations may result in immediate suspension from Roseville Transit.
Your cooperation in making Roseville Transit a pleasant and safe environment is appreciated.
- Passengers are expected to exhibit appropriate social behavior while on board the bus and at bus stops
- Yield priority seats (designated by signs) to riders with disabilities and seniors.
- It is recommended that children 11 and under be accompanied by an adult or a responsible youth (at least 12 years old).
- Carry-ons are limited to only those items passengers can safely carry on the bus in one boarding without driver assistance. Carry-on items must be controlled at all times without blocking seats or aisles.
- Eating is prohibited on all transit vehicles. Drinks are permitted if they are in a spill-proof container secured with a screw-top lid.
- Keep cell phone ringers and conversations at a volume level that does not disturb others.
- Headphones must be used with sound emitting electronic devices, or the sound turned off.
- Smoking is prohibited on all transit vehicles and inside bus shelters.
- Soliciting money or distribution literature on buses or at bus stops is not permitted at any time.
- Loitering or congregating at a bus shelter or bus stop in a way that causes an inconvenience to others is prohibited.
Roseville Transit Administrative Policies
Read more about Roseville Transit's Administrative Policies.
Bus trip planning assistance:
(916) or (530) 745-7560
TDD: (888) 745-7885
Order passes over the phone (with major credit card):
TDD: (916) 774-5220