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The Flyer operates Monday through Friday except on holidays.

 


To purchase shuttle tickets and ride the shuttle, you must be a member of our Commuter Club. Register or Log In to purchase shuttle tickets online or by mail.

Please check your ticket expiration dates. Tickets that expire on June 30, 2008 will not be honored after the 30th. You may exchange up to one month's worth of tickets (40 maximum) after they expire for current tickets with an expiration date of September 30, 2008. Please contact NNTMA for information.

Commuter Service
Each weekday morning and afternoon, the Flyer runs peak-period scheduled routes between North Natomas and the downtown hub.    

Shuttle FAQ
Need more information?  Check here for the answers to many common questions about the Flyer service. 


Commuter Service

North Natomas - Downtown Loop



Don’t get stuck in traffic alone – take the Flyer to work!  The Flyer operates on three fixed routes through several North Natomas neighborhoods. No reservations are needed. Riders do need to be a resident or employee of North Natomas and be a member of the Commuter Club.

Eastside Map Route and Schedule
Central Map Route and Schedule
Westside Map Route and Schedule
Downtown Map – all routes use same downtown stops

Cost:  $1 per ride

You may pay with cash to the driver (exact change only please), or you may pre-purchase tickets and receive a receipt for your employer reimbursement or tax purposes. Tickets will be sold in books of 10.

To order tickets, choose to pay online or mail in an order form with a check. Either way, your tickets and receipt will be mailed to within one week of the receipt of your order. Tickets currently on sale will expire after 9/30/2008.


To purchase shuttle tickets and ride the shuttle, you must be a member of our Commuter Club. Register or Log In to purchase shuttle tickets online or by mail.

Smart Card ID cards are required to ride the Commuter Service.  Sign up now to receive your card, keep updated on North Natomas TMA and Flyer news, and be eligible to win great prizes!

"What if the shuttle doesn’t come near my house or arrive downtown at the right time for my schedule?"
Consider joining or starting a vanpool.  For just a little more money, you can have more convenience and save time.  Vanpool riders control their own routes and timetables – contact the TMA for more information.


"How do I ride?"
Riders may flag the shuttle at any safe location in the flag zones in North Natomas - time points are given on the schedule to help you predict when the shuttle will pass your street. Hail the shuttle when you see it approach, and wait in a location that allows the driver to safely pull over to the right to pick you up.

The Flyer has eight shuttle stops downtown. Riders may not flag the shuttle downtown, but must meet the shuttle at a designated stop.

 

 

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