Roseville Transit Local service operates on fixed-routes in Roseville with connections to Placer County Transit and Sacramento Regional Transit. Each Local route is identified with a letter.

Hours

Hours vary by route. Check schedules for specific times. Generally, Local routes generally operate:
Monday - Friday: 5:45 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Saturday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
No Sunday service

If you plan to travel on Sundays, you may use Roseville Transit Dial-A-Ride.

Local Routes

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Effective August 22, 2022:
Local Bus Services Guide



Local route map
Effective August 22, 2022:
Local Route Map


 

Local Service Fares

View the current fares.

Local Service Holidays

View the current holiday schedule.

Bus Tracker

View real-time arrival information for your bus.

Bus Stops

Roseville Transit Local bus stops are marked with the sign shown here. On the front of each bus is a destination sign showing the route letter. The route letters match those shown on the Local Service Map. Please note that bus stop signs are the only indicator of active bus stops. Bus shelters may exist at stops which are no longer served, or may be served in the future.

Stop Sign


How to Ride Local Buses

 


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Contact Roseville Transit by calling (916) or (530) 745-7560. Our representatives can help you. Or, visit our office at 316 Vernon Street, Suite 150, Roseville, CA 95678.

We also offer free training on how to ride the bus.


Connecting Between Transit Systems

 Roseville Transit to Placer County Transit (PCT)

Use a Roseville Transit Local Daily or 30-Day Pass to board Placer County Transit at the Galleria Transfer Point or the Louis Orlando Transit Center. You may also pay Placer County Transit's fixed-route fare. The Summer Youth Bus Pass can be used (June 1 - August 31) to board.

 

Placer County Transit (PCT) to Roseville Transit
Use a Placer County Transit transfer, PCT 24-Hour, 14-Day, or 30-Day Pass to board Roseville Transit at the Galleria Transfer Point or the Louis Orlando Transit Center. You may also pay Roseville Transit's Local fare. The Summer Youth Bus Pass can be used (June 1 - August 31) to board.

Roseville Transit to Sacramento Regional Transit (Sac RT)
Use a Local Daily or 30-Day Pass to board Sacramento Regional Transit at the Louis Orlando Transit Center. Or, pay Sac RT's fare.

Sacramento Regional Transit  (Sac RT) to Roseville Transit
Use a Sac RT Daily, Semi-Monthly, or Monthly Pass (excluding mobile ZipPass) to board Roseville Transit at the Louis Orlando Transit Center. Or, pay Roseville Transit's Local fare.

 
Bike and Ride

Travel farther on Roseville Transit by combining your trip with a bike. All Roseville Transit buses are equipped with two front-mounted bike racks. Learn more.

Roseville also offers secure bike lockers throughout the city. Find out more.


* Please Note: Routes and schedules are subject to change.

 Google Maps
Trip Planner

Plan a transit trip within Roseville, Placer County, or to Sacramento.

Enter the “Start” and “End” addresses in the fields below and click the
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