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The Neighborhood Ride

RT Tracker

RT offers a transit alert service called "RT Tracker," that is free to subscribers. The service allows customers to track shuttle services for the Neighborhood Ride (Routes 33, 47 and 95), McClellan Park, Rancho CordoVan and Granite Regional Park in "real-time." Customers can sign up by visiting

Using GPS technology, RT Tracker can display where RT buses are along the route and estimate the arrival time at your stop. Customers can sign up for personalized email alerts with notification of estimated arrival times for your selected route(s), at any stop, at any time during service hours.

Visit to browse the RT Tracker site and sign up for a free account.

Regional Transitís Neighborhood Ride Service:

  • The Neighborhood Ride buses are smaller vehicles (approximately 30 feet or less in length) that offer residents greater mobility and new transit options on local intra-community trips.
  • The Neighborhood Ride buses have regular "fixed" routes and schedules like the rest of RT's service, but also offer special curb-to-curb service (not to be confused with ADA/paratransit door-to-door service) on routes 33 and 47. The buses are able to "deviate" off-route up to 3/4 of a mile to pick up and drop off seniors age 62 and older, and disabled passengers who qualify for paratransit service.
  • Reservations must be made one day in advance. To request a route deviation on The Neighborhood Ride, call 916-556-0250.  The reservation line is open Monday through Saturday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
  • Passengers pay $2.50 per trip ($1.25 for seniors and individuals with disabilities). RT monthly passes and daily passes are also accepted.
  • Marked bus stops are located along the route, and printed schedules are available at several locations around Sacramento and on Regional Transitís website at
  • Each bus can transport 12-17 passengers and up to two wheelchairs.

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