Welcome to capital village, zifandel/stone creek, and anatolia


Certain households (indicated on the map) pay an annual assessment fee and are therefore entitled to certain transportation services that are provided by the 50 Corridor Transportation Management Association (TMA). 

is everyone eligible for these services?

No, these services are exclusive to households who pay the fee. If you live in Capital Village, Zifandel, Stone Creek, or Anatolia, you are likely eligible.  

Still not sure? See if you qualify by entering your address below.  You will receive an e-mail to confirm your eligibility. 

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programs and Services

Smart routes to school

The 50 Corridor TMA works with Robert J. MacGarvey Elementary School and Sunrise Elementary school to provide programs that encourage children to walk and bike to school, decreasing local car traffic, improving air quality, and getting kids moving!  We teach children active transportation and safety habits that they will carry into adulthood. 


You may have seen our vans zip around the neighborhood.  Residents can ride these vans for a discounted fee.

You your are interested in leasing a van, contact us! 


We encourage residents to get out and bike! Do you need help getting started, or do you want to up your bicycling game? We have programs for that. We help residents with access to bikes, education, and maintenance. We also have special offers for bike month!  Make sure to sign up for the e-mail list to get the latest opportunities. 


Do you regularly travel without your car? We can spot you a ride home up to 6 times per year if you’re caught in a pinch.

1.) Watch this video: Sign Up for SacRegion511 in 30 Seconds.

2.) Create your SacRegion511 account

3.) When you are done creating your account, click this link to join our network

4.) Watch this video: How to redeem your Emergency Ride Home


Need help planning a route? Is there a transportation problem in your neighborhood but don’t know who to talk to? Give me a call or send me an e-mail! You can think of me as your transportation concierge: