The South Natomas TMA works cooperatively with the greater South Natomas community on transportation management and air quality issues.

First incorporated in 1989, we are a nonprofit, mutual benefit corporation comprised of approximately 200 employers and representing over 7,500 employees in the area.

We offer many benefits to our members, including transit subsidies, carpool subsidies, Emergency Ride Home, advocacy, and more.

Emergency Ride Home

You won't get left stranded!

Up to $50 a month

For carpoolers and transit riders

Capital Improvements

Bike rack subsidies and more
What's New

fix50 starts April 22!

Caltrans is scheduled to rehabilitate a section of U.S. Highway 50, known as the W/X Viaduct, in 2014. Built in 1968, this section of freeway is comprised of two 2,530 foot-long parallel structures that carry six lanes of traffic over city streets, freight, and light rail lines in downtown Sacramento. These structures have extensive cracking on the deck and are in need of rehabilitation in order to enhance safety, reduce recurring maintenance costs, and increase the life of the concrete decks.

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May is Bike Month 2014

Join us in celebrating 10 years of May is Bike Month by helping to make this year our first Two Million Mile May!

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May is Bike Month Kick Off Ice Cream Social!

Employees of SNTMA member companies are invited to an ice cream social to kick off May is Bike Month 2014!

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Bucks for Bikes 2014

Spring 2014 the SNTMA Bucks for Bikes program helped 11 employees of member companies buy a new bike.

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Commuter Bike

Spring 2014 the SNTMA gave away 8 Commuter Bikes to employees of member companies on a first come, first serve basis.

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