In this issue...

NNTMA Is Now A Connect Card Service Center  ...  The Doc Is Ready To See You Now  ...  Walktober Encourages North Natomas Students To "Walk Across America"  ...  Do You Know A Kid Making A Difference?  ...  Ready, Set...Ride!  ...  New Bike Fix-It Station At Heritage Park Clubhouse  ... 


NNTMA Is Now A Connect Card Service Center

The Connect Card enables riders with a convenient and secure way to pay fare on the Flyer Shuttle, as well as other transit operators in the Sacramento region. Starting September 25th, riders can visit the NNTMA office to get a new card and load fare onto existing ones. Cash, credit and transit checks are all accepted payment options.

Learn more about using Connect Card on the Flyer.

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The Doc Is Ready To See You Now

Bike Doc - a mobile bike shop on wheels - will fix bikes for free at a variety of events throughout the area. Bring your bike (only one bike per person), and let a professional mechanic fix it up. Experts will be on hand to adjust, inflate, change, tune-up and grease. Bikes are received on a first come, first served basis, and bike repair will be limited to event times. All major repairs will be referred to a bike shop.

  • Hampton Inn - Thursday, September 28th, 4 - 7 pm
  • H. Allen Hight Elementary, Friday, September 29th, 2 - 5 pm
  • The Club at Natomas Park Safety Fair - Saturday, October 7th, 10 am - 2 pm
  • Universal Technical Institute - Thursday, October 19th, 3:30 - 6:30 pm
  • Creekside Fair at Kokomo Park - Sunday, October 22nd, 1 - 4 pm
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Walktober Encourages North Natomas Students To "Walk Across America"

Walktober is an annual challenge to North Natomas students to ditch the car and walk, bike, skate or scoot to school throughout the month of October. This year, we put forth the exciting goal to "walk" the distance from Sacramento to New York City.

Want your student to participate? Here's what you need to know:

  1. If your child hasn't already, sign up for the Trip Scanner Card.
  2. Walk, bike, skate or scoot to school as much as possible in October.
  3. Have the Trip Scanner Card scanned when your child arrives on campus.

The NNTMA will be hosting a dance party and farmer's market breakfast at each school to kickoff this walk-tastic month.

  • Natomas Park Elementary, Wednesday, September 27th
  • Paso Verde School, Friday, September 29th
  • Witter Ranch Elementary, Friday, September 29th
  • Regency Park Elementary, Tuesday, October 3rd
  • H. Allen Hight Elementary, Wednesday, October 4th
  • Star Academy, Thursday, October 5th
  • Heron School, Friday, October 6th
  • Westlake Charter School, Tuesday, October 17th
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Do You Know A Kid Making A Difference?

Is there a youth in your afterschool program who exemplifies what it means to be a good citizen? Perhaps there's a child on your soccer team that personifies what it means to be a great teammate. This is your chance to honor their actions and teach them that good people are noticed and appreciated. A lesson that is sure to last a lifetime.

We are seeking well-deserving youngsters to be honored at 50 Bikes fo 50 Kids 2018. Eligible youth are nominated by teachers, counselors, coaches, pastors and employers based on a demonstration of upstanding character traits.

Nomination Requirements:

  • Demonstration of upstanding character traits, such as:
    • Trustworthiness
    • Respect
    • Fairness
    • Caring
    • Citizenship
    • Responsibility
  • Currently in 5th - 12th grade
  • Must live, attend school, or work in North Natomas
  • Child must be able to participate in the event on January 15, 2018

Nominate Online!

Download Nomination Form

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Ready, Set...Ride!

During October 22nd - 28th, take up the challenge to drive alone less by exploring other options like hopping on the Flyer Shuttle, walking the kids to school, taking an RT bus to downtown, or carpooling to work with colleagues. Log those trips for a chance to earn prizes!

Registration opens October 1st at ReadySetRideChallenge.com.

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New Bike Fix-It Station At Heritage Park Clubhouse

The Heritage Park Clubhouse is now home to a bicycle fix-it station. This past August the self-service repair station was installed near the front door. The project was a partnership between the Heritage Park Bike Club, Heritage Park Owners Association and the NNTMA. By installing the station, residents now have an opportunity to pump their own tires, perform basic bike maintenance and enjoy a smooth riding bicycles.

To celebrate the installation, some residents got a quick tutorial on the station and how to use the tire pump and tools by a League of American Bicyclists cycling instructor. Happy riding to our Heritage Park friends!

This is the second bicycle fix-it station installed in North Natomas. The first is located at the North Natomas Library. Stay tuned for more stations in the future.

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Mission Statement:
The North Natomas Transportation Management Association 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 | info@nntma.org


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