North Natomas Jibe

January 22, 2021

In this issue...

Jibe Express - Coming Soon!  ...  Walk, Bus, Bike...Art!  ...  Indomitable Together.  ...  Teleworking Each Day Keeps Cars at Bay!  ...  SacRT Expands On-Demand Transit in North Sacramento  ...  Recap | May is Bike Month and the Jibe Student Challenge!  ... 


Jibe Express - Coming Soon!

Mark your calendar! Jibe Express is resuming service Monday, July 13th with newly reconfigured routes and times.

Service will start on a limited schedule and loops will be added as demand increases.

As part of its restart, Jibe implemented new safety measures to protect the health of its riders and drivers.

Stay tuned! Look for an eblast with details on the new routes and timetables.


Walk, Bus, Bike...Art!

With our partners Wide Open Walls and California Family Fitness, Jibe "broke paint" on a 200 foot mural on the west side of Truxel Road, just south of Natomas Crossing Drive. Jibe commissioned local artist Ali Futrell to paint "Electric Energy" which was finished last week. On the heels of the mural, Jibe also began the second phase of this project - an install of 34 large banners at intermittent locations on the Jackrabbit and Fisherman's Lake trails. Jibe placed a call to local artists to submit the designs that were used in this project, and gave preference to artists from North Natomas.

As part of its #BrighterDayBetterWay campaign, Jibe hopes the new additions to the trails will inspire more people to get out and use them on the regular. While the mural will be up indefinitely, Jibe's banners will be removed July 31st.

Catch 'em while you can!


Indomitable Together.

Jibe was proud to partner with Republic FC's Indomitable Hands, Raley's, and SacRT to deliver meals to at-risk seniors in North and South Natomas recently. Local residents received heat-and-eat meals from Raley's delivered by community partners, including Mayor Pro Tem Angelique Ashby on board Jibe Express.

As a transportation organization committed to our community, we look forward to more opportunities to serve in the future.

Check out the video!


Teleworking Each Day Keeps Cars at Bay!

Recognizing that teleworking employees reduce the number of single occupancy vehicles on the road, Jibe is pleased to offer grants and resources for local employers who support telework.

If you are a North Natomas business owner starting a telework program for your employees, then Jibe wants to hear from you! Apply for one of our Transportation Improvement Grants and have your qualifying telework-related expenses reimbursed.

Learn more, download teleworking resources, or apply for a grant today.


SacRT Expands On-Demand Transit in North Sacramento

Savvy North Natomans can now can use the SacRT SmaRT Ride smartphone app to request a ride that will pick up and drop off at destination points throughout North Sacramento. Customers simply use their app to request a ride! No smartphone? No problem! Just call 916-556-0100 for same day service (subject to availability and demand).

Where do you want to go? View the map of stops here.

Learn more about the program

Download the app at your favorite app store:

Google play

App Store


Recap | May is Bike Month and the Jibe Student Challenge!

While the campaign may have rolled out a little differently than in previous years, May is Bike Month 2020 still saw locals out and enjoying the ride. Here's a quick recap of both programs:

May Is Bike Month: SacRegion 511 urged cyclists from greater Sacramento to ride their bike and log their bike trips during the month of May. Not only did participating riders enjoy saving time and money, while reducing their environmental impact, they also earned cool prizes and bragging rights!

  • 27 riders logged 435 trips and rode almost 7,000 miles
  • 347,543 calories burned
  • Average miles per rider = 257.37
  • Average miles per trip = 15.97

Jibe Student Challenge: Jibe's own program in which North Natomas youth were invited to log trips in order to earn badges and prizes, and to be recognized online!

  • 229 riders participated from Transitional Kindergarten to 10th grade.
  • 45 prize packs distributed
  • 15 North Natomas schools represented
  • Total Trips: 10,390
  • Hours ridden: 1,731


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.

1918 Del Paso Rd, Ste 100 | Sacramento, CA 95834 | 916-419-9955 |


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