GETTING IT DONE

The Sacramento Transportation Authority (STA) is working hard to get you to your destination faster and safer, with less stress, fuel consumption and wasted time. STA has funded new bridges, overpasses, connectors and interchanges. Streets have been widened, Light Rail extended, and carpool lanes added to major highways and freeways. In November, voters will have the opportunity to consider Measure B, a half-cent county-wide sales tax, which would repave streets, repair aging bridges, enhance light rail, improve access and safety for pedestrians and bicycles, and fund new congestion relief projects across the region.

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    COMPLETED PROJECTS

    Roads and Bridges Widened and Improved
    a Hazel Ave Widened
    b Sunrise Blvd and Bridge Widened
    c Hazel Ave Widened + Road Improvements (in progress)
    c Carpool & Bus Lanes Added Hwy 50

    PLANNED PROJECTS

    Top Priority: “Fix It First”

    • Fill potholes, repair and repave local streets, redesign intersections and synchronize signals

    Improve Highway Interchange

    • Hazel Ave & Hwy 50

    Road Operation Improvements

    • San Juan Ave
    • Hazel Ave
    • Madison Ave
    • Sunrise Blvd
    • Greenback Lane

    A PLAN FOR THE FUTURE

    • FIX THE ROADS
    • MAKE STREETS SAFER
    • RELIEVE CONGESTION

    To continue to meet our growing transportation needs, STA is considering a new half-cent sales tax which will fund the SacramentoGO Plan to fix neighborhood streets and construct essential projects across the region.

    Sales tax funds help secure matching state and federal money and are closely audited by an independent oversight committee.

    Visit www.sacta.org to see how your tax dollars are protected.

    IN YOUR FAIR OAKS AND ORANGEVALE NEIGHBORHOODS

    TOP PRIORITY: FIX IT FIRST

    • Repave local neighborhood streets and fill the potholes
    • Rehabilitate aging roads and bridges
    • Improve bike and pedestrian safety

     

    REGIONAL PROJECTS

    REGIONAL PROJECTS: GET EVERYONE MOVING

    • Construct the 34-mile SouthEast Connector between Folsom and Elk Grove as an express alternative to Hwy 50,
      Hwy 99 and I-5
    • Widen the Capital City Freeway between J Street and Watt Avenue
    • Extend Light Rail to the Airport and Elk Grove; improve security and cleanliness at stations and aboard trains
    • Expand low- or no-cost Paratransit service for seniors and disabled persons