If you are interested in improvements to public transportation in the South and North Natomas areas, or if you have concerns about how public transportation might affect your home, neighborhood, or business, RT encourages your input and participation in the ongoing DNA process. RT wants to ensure that the community and stakeholders are involved and informed at all stages of planning and implementation. There are several ways in which you can participate and provide input:
- Mailing List
To get on the DNA mailing list, please e-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org and provide your name, mailing address, phone number and e-mail address. By placing your name on the mailing list, you will automatically receive invitations to all DNA-related events and meetings, as well as receive updated information on the project’s progress.
- Public Meetings & Workshops
RT hosted public workshops throughout the study phase. These workshops were designed to provide the general public with specific information and updates, as well as encourage feedback and discussion. Now that the project is entering the implementation phase, additional public meetings and/or hearings (e.g., as part of the environmental review process) will be held to continue the ongoing dialogue with the community and stakeholders. Notice of future meetings will be made via mailings, public notices, Web site updates and/or e-mail updates.
RT is conducting a Community Review for Phase 2 of the
project - for more information
DNA Information Hotline: (916) 930-1192
Call the information hotline (24 hour access) to receive information on upcoming opportunities for public involvement and/or ask any questions or voice concerns you may have with the DNA Study. An RT representative will return your call and address your specific requests.
Transit Talk with the General Manager:
Join RT’s live online monthly Web chat, Transit Talk with the General Manager, which typically occurs on the first Friday of every month at www.sacrt.com.
The interactive chat session will give you an opportunity to submit transit-related questions and interact directly with Mike Wiley, General Manager/CEO, submit your transit-related questions, and receive immediate feedback. Questions will be accepted two hours before the session and up to the conclusion of the chat, which begins at noon and ends at 1 p.m.
RT Board of Directors meetings, as well as City Council meetings, are broadcast on Metro Cable (Cable Channel 14).
Your comments will help RT staff and consultants understand diverse perspectives and address community needs.
For more information on past public outreach activities and input—including Public Comments, Meeting Summaries/Presentations, and Citizen & Technical Review Panels—please visit the News & Library Archives.