An Easier Way to Pay

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by Thea Marie Rood Life is busy. But thankfully the days of carrying cash, having exact change, even entering PINs into machines, are becoming an amusing memory. We pay our rent, buy our morning latte [...]
Kevin Lutz sits on patio outside Stoney's Rockin' Rodeo.

Stoney’s ready to rock again

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“With what we’re doing here, we feel that 70 to 80 percent of Sacramento will come to Stoney’s or hit Del Paso Boulevard over the next few years.” Kevin Lutz Co-owner, Stoney’s Rockin’ Rodeo […]
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“I need a ride!”

by Thea Marie Rood With many schools open or reopening, and summer just around the corner, Sacramento kids need some safe, reliable transportation. Sacramento Regional Transit District is providing plenty of buses, light rail trains […]

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Ride for Free

SacRT offers free round-trip fares to COVID-19 vaccinations by Anne Stokes Whether you’re looking forward to spending in-person time with loved ones, traveling, or you’re ready and eager to get back to work, getting vaccinated […]

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SmaRT Ride Comes to You

by Anne Stokes Ridesharing is an easy way to get around. It’s convenient, flexible and the ride comes to you! Although known mostly for its light rail and bus services, Sacramento Regional Transit District also […]

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SacRT and AmeriCorps team up

by Allen Pierleoni Sacramento Regional Transit District is always finding innovative ways to better serve its ridership and the community. For instance, as a walk-up to last November’s general election, it partnered with Sacramento County […]

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Ride for Free

SacRT offers free round-trip fares to COVID-19 vaccination centers by Anne Stokes It’s been a year since COVID-19 shut down the nation. Today, California is on the brink of reopening, thanks in large part to […]

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Your Opinion Matters

Take the online rider survey between now and March 29 by Thea Marie Rood Do you love the public transportation in your neighborhood? Are you taking public transit during COVID-19? When will you be ready […]

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A Last Word

BY EDGAR SANCHEZ All good things must come to an end. And, sadly, this is the Sacramento News & Review’s final California Endowment column—one that has delivered essential news about 200 times since 2012. Before […]