Rancho Cordova straddles the US 50 Corridor on the eastern side of the Greater Sacramento metro area, home to more than 2 million people. A well-connected regional transportation service eases congestion and provides efficient, low-cost access to this large pool of potential employees.
Rancho CordoVan, a shuttle service operated by the City, transports residents to light rail service at the Zinfandel Regional Transit Light Rail Station. There are currently three routes serving the Villages of Zinfandel (commonly known as Stone Creek), Anatolia, Kavala Ranch, and Sunridge Park. They operate Monday through Friday in the mornings and evenings. Learn about the Rancho CordoVan.
CordoVan Route Maps and Schedules
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Sacramento Regional Transit District operates five bus routes with stops in Rancho Cordova. Out-of-city destinations include Carmichael, Fair Oaks, Citrus Heights, and Rosemont. All connect with light rail stops. Learn about the transit district.
Sacramento Regional Transit District operates 3 light rail lines serving most locations in the region. Rancho Cordova is served by four stops on the Gold Line, which runs through Downtown Sacramento and connects with the Green and Blue lines. Service is available seven days a week. Learn more about the transit district.
50 Corridor TMA is a resource for traffic information along the US 50 corridor. A membership organization representing employers, employees, and the government, the organization assists employers seeking commuting alternatives. It also monitors traffic issues on the corridor and advocates for remedies. Learn more about the 50 Corridor TMA.