North Natomas Jibe

October 23, 2021

In this issue...

SmaRT Ride Expansion in North Natomas  ...  Students Step It Up!  ...  Ride Together, North Natomas!  ...  Bike Tech Accepting Placements Now  ...  Everyone Loves Car Free Saturdays!  ...  Bike Doc Makes "Business" Calls  ...  Sacramento County Releases Climate Action Plan  ... 


SmaRT Ride Expansion in North Natomas

SmaRT Ride, Sacramento Regional Transit's on-demand shuttle service where customers request rides within certain zones, is expanding on April 5, 2021.

The new Natomas - North Sacramento zone will expand to cover most of North Natomas, including points of interest such as shopping centers, library, schools, University Technical Institute, and North Natomas Regional Park, among others.

SmaRT Ride offers corner-to-corner service where passengers are picked up and dropped off at the nearest corner. The service runs Monday Friday, 7am to 7pm.

Need a ride? Visit Sacramento Regional Transit for details!


Students Step It Up!

Just this month, Jibe distributed more than 500 pedometers to local students as part of the Jibe "Go For Gold" Student Step Challenge. To log their pedometer counts, students use groovy chalkboard themed step logs to compare their daily goals against actual steps taken. When the challenge is completed in early April, all participants earn a fun water bottle decal and valuable bragging rights.

Do you think students will be able to meet their step goals? We say...yea!


Ride Together, North Natomas!

Looking for a bike riding partner? Want to expand your range and explore new areas and rides? "Ride Together North Natomas!" just may be the Facebook Group for you.

It's easy - join Ride Together, North Natomas! to promote your ride and find a potential riding buddy today.


Bike Tech Accepting Placements Now

Inderkum High School's Bike Tech teaches on-bike riding skills, hands-on bicycle repair, and valuable career technical education to help prepare for today's job market. Jibe-sponsored Bike Tech meets the high school technology requirement for Natomas Unified School District and G elective requirement for University of California admissions, and is now accepting students for the 2021-22 school year.


Everyone Loves Car Free Saturdays!

We are very pleased to announce that Jibe is planning to host its popular program Car Free Saturdays in May, July, and September 2021!

If you are a North Natomas restaurant interested in providing Jibe-sponsored gift cards to patrons that are walking or biking to your establishment on Saturdays throughout the months mentioned above, we'd love to hear from you. Simply contact to find out more about this program.


Bike Doc Makes "Business" Calls

Jibe's Bike Doc is free bike repair at your business location, at your convenience.

North Natomas businesses, employers, churches, and other community organizations can provide free bike repair for their employees, customers, or clients at their business or other location by emailing!


Sacramento County Releases Climate Action Plan

Earlier this month, Sacramento County announced the release of their draft Climate Action Plan. This plan details specific measures that will be implemented in Sacramento County by 2030 to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from activities and government operations. It also includes recommended actions to reduce vulnerability to the anticipated impacts of climate change.

The document is available for public viewing now, and comments on the plan will be accepted until April 9, 2021. Send your thoughts on the plan to


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

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