North Natomas Jibe

December 1, 2020

In this issue...

Fall Back Into Bicycling  ...  SacRT Moves Forward in North Natomas  ...  Seize the Way: Walk to School  ...  Jibe With Us  ...  15 mph School Zones  ...  Ueda Trail Closure  ... 


Fall Back Into Bicycling

With cooler temps come great opportunities to hop on your bike and cruise your neighborhood.

Bike Doc is back in action to get bicycles rolling smooth. Remember, bikes are received on a first come, first served basis.

  • Friday, September 6, 5 - 8 pm at First Friday at North Natomas Regional Park
  • Thursday, September 12, 4 - 7 pm at Willow Glen Apartments
  • Thursday, September 19, 4 - 7 pm at Park Place Shopping Center
  • Saturday, September 21, 12 - 4 pm at Hamptons Community Potluck
  • Wednesday, September 25, 10:30 am - 1:30 pm at Natomas Crossing Business Center
  • Sunday, October 20, 1 - 4 pm at Creekside Fair at Kokomo Park

Can't make an event? There are self-serve bike fix-it stations conveniently located all over North Natomas. Find the one nearest you on the new North Natomas Bikeways Map. While you're there, check out just how many bikeways are near your house. Perhaps your next trip to the library or store could be by bike!

Want a paper version for your pocket? This quick request will get you one in no time!


SacRT Moves Forward in North Natomas

SacRT is moving forward with improvements that reduce congestion and lead to economic growth. Almost every bus route has been adjusted to improve frequency, scheduling, and weekend service. SacRT is also raising the standards for safety and cleanliness with system-wide improvements while lowering fares.

We are excited to see an extension of Route 13 to El Centro Road on the west side of North Natomas. There will be improved frequency on Route 11 with midday frequency every 45 minutes and peak-hour frequency every 30 minutes. Both routes will have weekend and holiday service. In addition, Route 113, a new commuter service, will service between Truxel Road & Gateway Park Boulevard and the Arden/Del Paso light rail station during peak commuting hours.

Check out the complete new network launching on September 8, 2019.

To kickoff these service changes, riders can ride for FREE from Sunday, September 8 - Wednesday, September 12. (Note: This does not include Jibe Express service.)


Seize the Way: Walk to School

The benefits of walking and biking to school are numerous. Kids get their wiggles out early to increase concentration and bond with friends and family. Parents reduce car traffic near the school and increase their family's physical activity. Communities with high rates of walking and biking tend to be healthier and happier. Win-win-win.

If your kiddos aren't yet participating in the Jibe to School program, there's no better time than now to get started. First, find your school for information about school specific programs. Second, sign up for a Trip Scanner card. Third, start walking, biking, scooting, or whatever foot-powered mode you prefer.


Jibe With Us

How do you Walk. Bike. Bus.? Do you walk with your kids to school? Maybe you ride your bike with your pup to the dog park, or enjoy a daily commute on two wheels. Perhaps your bus buddies are the highlight of your morning. Spread the love!

Share your mode and see how others are getting around North Natomas at our Jibe With Us page. Let's show the world (wide web) just how great it is to live, work, and get around in North Natomas.


15 mph School Zones

School is back in session and it's time to slow down in school zones. As part of Vision Zero efforts, the Sacramento City Council voted to reduce speed limits in school zones to 15 mph. Vision Zero is an action plan approved by Council in 2018 to eliminate traffic fatalities and serious injuries in Sacramento by 2027.

Public Works recently completed the installation of almost 400 signs near 115 public, private, and charter schools within the City of Sacramento.

This is a great step forward to calming traffic around our local schools and we applaud the effort.


Ueda Trail Closure

As many of you already know, the Ueda Parkway Bike Path, between Arden Garden Connector and Del Paso Road, has been closed since May. The Natomas East Main Drainage Canal west levee required cutoff wall improvements from the pumping station just upstream of Dry Creek downstream (southward) to Arden-Garden Connector Bridge.

Good news! The project is scheduled to be completed at the end of November, with ample time to get a jump start on some new year's resolutions.


Mission Statement:
North Natomas Jibe is a nonprofit organization with the mission to foster transportation behaviors that enhance placemaking in our community through advocacy, programs, education, and services.

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