SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Sacramento Regional Transit will offer free light rail rides starting December 9 — but only for JUMP bike users.

SacRT said free rides will be available from Dec. 9 to Dec. 14 only for those who complete a JUMP ride within the light rail service area. The offer is only available to JUMP users who use the bike as a “first-mile/last-mile mobility solution to get to a SacRT light rail station,” SacRT said.

To take advantage of the offer, JUMP users need to board a light rail train the same day they use a bike and show a valid JUMP receipt to a fare inspector.

SacRT said this offer is being extended to encourage residents to make the move to a car-free lifestyle.

  1. Alan Miller says:

    How exactly does this work? It’s hard enough to get a regular bike on RT, and they don’t let you park them in front where the stairs are because wheelchairs need that area. Have you ever tried to pick up a JUMP bike? They are 70 pounds! Good luck dragging that up the light rail stairs.

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