Public Notices

Following are Public Notices submitted by the City of Elk Grove Transit Division (e‐tran). Should you have any question, please contact us.

Current Notices:

SACOG Unmet Transit Needs

Whether you ride daily, occasionally or haven’t tried transit yet, the Sacramento Area Council of Governments is looking for feedback on our area’s bus, dial-a-ride, paratransit and light rail transit services.



City of Elk Grove Comprehensive Transit Analysis

To best meet the transportation needs of residents, visitors, and businesses, we have embarked upon a review of the city's public transit services.


Notice of Public Hearing to Consider e-Tran Transit Service Modifications that would become effective September 2015


Two Public Workshops Scheduled for Possible e-tran Service Modifications

Workshops scheduled for Thursday, March 12 & 26, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. Comments can also be made by e-mail (transit@elkgrovecity.org) or by phone at (916) 687-3009. Comments will be accepted from March 4 – April 3 at 5:00 p.m. Click for more details.

Notice to Public Of Protection Under Title VI for Elk Grove Transit Services


City of Elk Grove Short Range Transit Plan (SRTP) Fiscal Years 2014-2020


Fiscal Year 2013 Federal Transit Administration 5307 grant funding request


e-Tran Performance Measures for FY 2012-13


Stand Out and be Heard

Stand Out and be Heard

Additional Location added:
Monday January 12, 2015 at 10:00 a.m.
Senior Center of Elk Grove 
8830 Sharkey Avenue 
Elk Grove , CA 95624

Updated: December 18, 2014


Connect Card—The Easy Way to Pay!

Planned to rollout this fall, transit riders will soon be able to swap out paper tickets and passes for a state-of-the-art transit smart card, called the Connect Card. With a single tap, you will be able to ride light rail and buses in the Sacramento region, including e-tran. The new electronic fare payment system provides a more convenient and secure way to pay fares. The reloadable Connect Card uses a computer chip to store existing cash value, passes, and discount fares, then deducts the transit fare (or validates a pass) when you tap the Connect Card on the bus or before you board light rail. Riders never have to remember or bother with exact change, although you can always pay cash to ride transit. What’s more, the cards can be reloaded with additional value and reused for years to come. The Connect Card system will rollout on Regional Transit, e-tran, El Dorado Transit, Folsom Stage Line, Roseville Transit, South County Transit Link, Yolobus, and Yuba-Sutter Transit. The Connect Card team is working with employers, schools, and the public to prepare to transition to the Connect Card.

For questions or more information, please visit ConnectTransitCard.com or call 511. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

Dated: August 4, 2014