A better way to bus

Our battery-powered, electric buses and shuttles, with their smooth and quiet ride, are ready to take you where you need to go.

SmaRT Ride Franklin-South Sacramento Route

SmaRT Ride Franklin-South Sacramento

  • Three battery-powered electric shuttles with zero-tailpipe emissions
  • On-demand service within the Franklin Boulevard area
  • Affordable and convenient
  • Schedule and track your rides through the app

Download the SacRT SmaRT Ride App:

Causeway Connection

Causeway Connection

  • 12 modern, quiet, and zero-tailpipe emissions battery-powered electric buses
  • Round-trip between UC Davis to UCD Medical Center with stops in downtown Sacramento
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi and USB charging ports

For more information about the Causeway Connection route:

When does Sac-to-Zero’s Causeway Connection bus route launch?

This route connects the UC Davis Main Campus with the UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento, with a stop in downtown Sacramento.  The service will begin by providing limited service with electric buses on May 4, 2020.  Electrify America’s service partners are Sacramento Regional Transit, Yolo County Transportation District, and UC Davis.

When does Sac-to-Zero’s SmaRT Ride Franklin-South Sacramento Route launch?

This on-demand, micro-shuttle service is live using traditional diesel-powered shuttles operated by Sacramento Regional Transit.  As part of the Sac-to-Zero program, Electrify America is providing three battery-electric shuttles, and the route will be fully electric by the Summer of 2020.  Sacramento Regional Transit will remain the service provider when the switch occurs.