SacRT MISSION

 
The purpose of the Sacramento Regional Transit District is to promote and improve access in the Sacramento region by providing safe, reliable, and fiscally responsible transit service that links people to resources and opportunities.

SacRT System Profile

The Sacramento Regional Transit District (SacRT) operates 70 bus routes and 43 miles of light rail covering nearly 400 square-mile of service area. Serving the capital city of California, which boast the sixth largest economy in the world, SacRT is committed to developing a world-class transit system with state-of-the-art service. Buses and light rail run 365 days a year using 97 light rail vehicles, 205 buses powered by compressed natural gas (CNG) and 23 shuttle vans. Buses operate daily from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. every 12 to 60 minutes, depending on the route. Light rail trains begin operation at 4 a.m. with service every 15 minutes during the day and every 30 minutes in the evening and on weekends. Blue Line and Gold Line trains operate until 12:30 a.m. and the Gold Line to Folsom operates until 7 p.m. Green Line trains operate every 30 minutes, Monday through Friday, from approximately 6 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. (no weekend or holiday services).

Passenger amenities include 52 light rail stops or stations, 32 bus and light rail transfer centers and 22 park-and-ride lots. SacRT also serves over 3,100 bus stops throughout Sacramento County.

Annual ridership was approximately 23 million passengers in FY 2017. Weekday light rail ridership averages about 40,000, while weekday bus ridership averages approximately 37,000 passengers per day.

SacRT's entire bus and light rail system is accessible to the disabled community. Paratransit service is also provided in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Sacramento residents who are unable to use fixed-route service may request door-to-door service, if they qualify under ADA requirements. SacRT provides this service through a contract with Paratransit, Inc.

SacRT's Community Bus program provides small circulator buses to seven neighborhoods in Sacramento County, known as the "Neighborhood Ride".

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SacRT History

SacRT began operations on April 1, 1973, with the acquisition of the Sacramento Transit Authority. Later that year, SacRT completed a new maintenance facility and purchased 103 new buses. Read More

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SacRT Board of Directors

Meet SacRT Board of Directors and view SacRT board documents. Read More

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SacRT Executive Management Team

Meet our Executive Management team.

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SacRT Financial Documents

Learn more on SacRT's Five-Year Capital Improvement Plan, SacRT Adopted Budget Documents, and the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) documents and Monthly Performance/ridership reports. Read More