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SacRT launches express bus service to airport

Posted on January 7, 2020

SacRT is offering free rides on the route until the end of January to celebrate the new airport express route.
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SacRT is offering free rides on the route until the end of January to celebrate the new airport express route.SacRT

The Sacramento Regional Transit District (SacRT) launched a new bus route with service between downtown Sacramento and the Sacramento International Airport. The new route operates seven days a week every 20 to 30 minutes combined with two Yolobus downtown/airport routes.

There are several downtown drop-off and pickup locations in downtown Sacramento with direct service to Terminals A and B at the Sacramento International Airport. The new bus route starts service as early as 3:24 a.m. and operates just past midnight.

SacRT is offering free rides on the route until the end of January to celebrate the new airport express route. Yolobus is also offering free rides on its two routes that go between downtown and the airport. Starting in February, the cost will be $2.50 for a single ride, $1.25 for discount eligible riders, or free for students in grades TK through 12. For Yolobus, the cost is $2.25 per trip, $1 for discount eligible riders, and free for students.

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