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Accessibility

Find a variety of services offered by the airport for passengers with disabilities.

It is the intent of the Sacramento County Airport System to provide access to Sacramento County Airport System and the services associated with its operation to persons with disabilities in accordance with Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Persons with disabilities or their representatives may request reasonable accommodations in alternative format, including documents, by contacting your respective airline for airline related needs, or for airport related needs, the Sacramento County Airport System via the contact page.

Accessibility Features

Numerous accessibility services such as TDD telephones, visual paging and braille signs are located throughout both Terminals.

Bus Service

Public bus service to and from Sacramento International Airport is provided by Yolo Bus.

yolobus.com

Car Rental and Ground Transportation

For more information on Ground Transportation options, including accessible vehicles, visit our Shuttles & More web page.

Complaint/Comment Procedure

Passengers may submit comments or complaints about accessibility at Sacramento International Airport via our Contact Us form.

Parking

Persons with disabilities whose vehicles have a disabled license plate or valid DMV placard may park in the designated spaces located in economy, hourly, and daily lots. Posted parking fees apply to everyone using these spaces. For assistance regarding parking lot access, please call (916) 874.0681.

TDD Phones

Telecommunication devices for the deaf (TDD) are conveniently located throughout the terminal lobbies and concourses.

Wheelchairs

Wheelchair assistance is available from airlines and curbside skycaps at no charge. Skycaps may also assist with luggage. To request wheelchair assistance; please visit your airline's ticket counter. In Terminal A, the ticket counters are on ground level. In Terminal B, take an elevator or escalator to the second level to find your airline's ticket counter.

Those wishing to transport a battery-powered wheelchair aboard an aircraft should make arrangements with their airline in advance.

The airport recommends contacting your airline before your trip to learn about wheelchair assistance. Click on the links in the right sidebar for airline information for customers with disabilities.