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

Bucks for Bikes Program

This year the SNTMA is offering up to $720 or 90% of the purchase cost of a new bike, whichever is less to the SNTMA, for bikes purchased at the Natomas Bike Shop. Until the funds are exhausted for this year. Complete the attached application and return it to Stephanie at  As a condition of funding, recipients will track commute usage in May is Bike Month 2017. The application deadline is 3/27/17. One cannot apply for both the Bike Maintenance & Accessory and Bucks for Bikes subsidies. One can only receive a Bucks for Bikes subsidy every 3 years. See the Bucks for Bikes application.

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Commuter Club Breakfast 2.28.17

Meg Arnold of Valley Vision will be discussing business resiliency in the event of disaster and breakfast will be served. Seating is limited. RSVP to Stephanie at to reserve your seat. See the first attached flyer for details.

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Business Resiliency Toolkit from Valley Vision

Is your office prepared for a disaster? 

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