During the summer months, when air quality is at its worst, Roseville Transit provides free Local and Commuter bus service when a Spare the Air day is predicted. This helps the region reduce the amount of vehicles on the road that create air polluting emissions.


A Spare the Air day is announced when the region is predicted to have an Air Quality Index (AQI) for ground-level ozone pollution at 150–Unhealthy or above. By using public transportation or sharing a ride through a carpool or vanpool, we help the region reduce the amount of vehicles on the road creating air polluting emissions.


To receive Spare the Air predictions, sign up for Air Alert—a free service that notifies you via e-mail or text message when air quality in the Sacramento region is forecast to be unhealthy. It’s easy to enroll and you can stop this service at any time. Sign up online at www.MyAirAlert.net.


Free transit trips are made possible by a Clean Air Grant from the Placer County Air Pollution Control District.


Find out more by visiting www.pctpa.org.