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Bikes On Board

Bicycles are allowed on the front mounted bike racks on the transit style buses used for Placer County Transit, including Dial-A-Ride service, and Tahoe Area Regional Transit. They are also allowed in the under floor storage compartments of the large, tour-style buses used for Placer Commuter Express service. Capacity is 2 or 3 bikes per bus. Bike rack space is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Passengers must be able to load and unload their bikes without assistance. Placer County is not responsible for damage to bicycles.
Placer County Transit Bus loading wheelchair passenger at bus shelter showing bike on rack on front of busTART BusPlacer Commuter Express Bus
Bicycles are not allowed inside buses at any time due to safety issues. An exception may be made by the driver on the last run of the day only, in order to prevent a passenger from being stranded, and depending on the number of other riders on the bus at the time. Bikes are allowed on all runs, including commuter service into and out of Sacramento for no extra charge with a paid fare. Placer County does does not provide bicycle storage lockers at bus stops.

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Placer County Transit
"We're going your way!"
<(530) 885-BUSS or (916) 784-6177
Email Link:Placer County Transit
Tahoe Area
Regional Transit
(530) 550-1212 or (800) 736-6365
Email Link:TART >

Contact Placer County Transit


Placer County Transit

Mailing Address

Placer County Transit
11460 F Ave
Auburn CA 95603

Office Address

11432 F Ave. - behind Road Dept
Auburn, CA 95603


530-885-BUSS or 916-784-6177
TDD Hearing Impaired: 530-745-8732

Office Hours

M-F 6:30am-6pm
Sat 8am-5pm
Closed Sun

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