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For Transportation NOW members, it's all about being part of the movement. The movement of people on buses and trains, that is.

Since our inception in 1992, Transportation NOW has been a proud advocate and enthusiastic supporter of public transportation in Riverside County. Our efforts have produced results that will last a lifetime, and ensure that bus and rail usage remains an integral part of this region for years to come.

Members of our grassroots group — ranging from elected officials to community activists to everyday transit users — are committed not only to addressing regional transportation issues but meeting the needs of our individual communities.

And with growing concern over crowded freeways, rising fuel costs and emphasis on finding cleaner and greener ways to get around, Transportation NOW is focused on the challenges that lie ahead and dedicated to making a real difference.

There's never been a better time to be part of the movement. For more information or to join a chapter, contact RTA at (951) 565-5176 or email us at .

MAKING A DIFFERENCE in your community


To advocate for the support of public transportation as an essential component to communities; to support and lobby for funding; to raise awareness of the benefits to businesses and communities of environmentally sound, safe, and energy-efficient transportation alternatives; and to encourage the use of public transportation in western Riverside County.


The information below is each chapter's general meeting information. Meeting times and locations do change so please call (951) 565-5176 to confirm the meeting time and location for each meeting.

Greater Riverside T-Now Logo

Greater Riverside | View current agenda
Meets the 2nd Thursday of each month, 1:00 p.m.

Established in 2009, the Greater Riverside chapter actively works to serve and address the needs of a rapidly growing and diverse population. The chapter is working with area colleges and universities to promote public transit and relieve traffic congestion in our communities. Group members are committed to improving access to vital transit resources, enhancing community mobility, and ensuring that state and federal funding for public transit remains a priority.

Hemet/San Jacinto T-Now Logo

Hemet/San Jacinto | View current agenda
Meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month, 1:00 p.m.

The Hemet/San Jacinto Area chapter is composed of public officials, schools district representatives, local business owners and members of the general public. The chapter focuses on improving connectivity to their region via bus, train, auto and bike. The chapter works with local jurisdictions to improve bus stop amenities and ensure safe travel for school-age children. Additionally, members are environmental stewards and work to advocate for environmentally friendly and sustainable transportation policies.

Moreno Valley/Perris T-Now Logo

Moreno Valley/Perris | View current agenda
Meets the 3rd Thursday of each month, 11:30 a.m.

The Moreno Valley/Perris chapter takes education seriously. That's why the group is involved in focus groups and school campaigns to ensure students arrive to school safely. A steadfast lobbyist for public transit in one of the fastest-growing regions in the nation, this chapter routinely evaluates bus routes and administers surveys to gauge demand for public transit, which has enhanced service in communities that need it most.

Northwest T-Now Logo

Northwest | View current agenda
Meets the 2nd Thursday of each month, 9 a.m.

This chapter's efforts to improve connectivity between bus and rail service help the residents of Corona, Norco, Eastvale, Jurupa Valley and surrounding communities. Members have successfully worked to help secure federal grant money for the advancement of public transit in the region. Plus, the group's participation in community events has educated countless individuals about the economic, environmental and personal benefits of riding public transportation.

San Gorgonio Pass Area T-Now Logo

San Gorgonio Pass Area | View current agenda
Meets first Thursday of the month, 12 noon

This chapter has long championed the cause for improved public transit in central Riverside County. Because everyone benefits from public transportation, this group is focused on educating various members of the community, especially senior citizens and youth. This chapter also studies public transit attitudes and trends to help improve bus connections locally and to other parts of the county.

Southwest T-Now Logo

Southwest | View current agenda
Meets the 4th Wednesday of each month, 12 noon

The Southwest chapter allows more people in Canyon Lake, Lake Elsinore, Menifee, Murrieta, Temecula, Wildomar and Riverside County areas to get involved in an issue that affects everyone living in this region. The chapter's popularity is growing as members ranging from lawmakers to school district officials to everyday bus riders join the cause. Like other chapters, the Southwest group is committed to promoting bus and rail use, and educating others about the economic, environmental and personal benefits of public transportation.


The Executive Committee of Transportation NOW typically meets two times per year and is comprised of the Chairpersons of the six individual chapters. The Executive Committee members discuss transportation issues from a regional perspective and help frame issues and guide actions of the individual chapters.