SacRT's new bus lines are waiting for you!
SacRT is moving forward with improvements that reduce congestion and lead to economic growth. Almost every bus route has been adjusted to improve frequency, scheduling, and weekend service. SacRT has raised the standards for safety and cleanliness with system-wide improvements while lowering fares. SacRT is your convenient, safe and clean transportation option. More info
Highway 50 and Zinfandel Drive Interchange Improvements
Construction on Highway 50 and Zinfandel Drive Interchange Improvements began the week of June 17, 2019. The project will add an additional lane on Zinfandel Drive over Highway 50, modify the highway entrance and exit ramps, add bicycle lanes and modify traffic signals. This project is designed to improve operations, alleviate congestion and provide safer routes for drivers, bikers and pedestrians on Zinfandel Drive from White Rock Road to Olson Drive, referred to as the Zinfandel Complex. Click here for a project map.
The project is anticipated to be completed by March 2020, weather permitting. Project construction will take place Monday-Friday between 8 AM-5 PM, and night work will be incorporated.
The Rod Beaudry-Routier Bikeway Project
The Rod Beaudry-Routier Bikeway Project is currently under construction to further connect our neighborhoods from Lincoln Village to the American River Parkway. More info
US 50 Placerville Recreational Travel Hot Spot Study
It’s a bit of an understatement to say there are traffic problems on US 50 through El Dorado County. El Dorado County, the City of Placerville, residents, businesses, and recreational travelers have long faced a seemingly insurmountable challenge of heavy traffic congestion on US 50 from the western edge of Placerville to South Lake Tahoe.
To improve challenging traffic conditions, Caltrans District 3 is partnering with the El Dorado County Transportation Commission (EDCTC) to take a fresh look at the problems through the Recreation Travel Hot Spot Transportation Management Study. Visit the project webpage
Sunrise Boulevard Rehabilitation Project
The City of Rancho Cordova is proposing the Sunrise Boulevard Rehabilitation Project in your area. The proposed project includes road paving and traffic signal modifications on Sunrise Boulevard from Folsom Boulevard to White Rock Road, widened sidewalk on the east side of Sunrise Boulevard between Citrus Road and the Folsom South Canal, and striped bicycle lanes on Citrus Road. The proposed project is designed to continue to improve transportation, accessibility and safety for drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians in the area. Click here for a project map.
Free $5 to Ride with a Lyft at SacRT in Rancho Cordova
With the support of a $75,000 grant from the Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG), the City of Rancho Cordova is partnering with Lyft to launch a pilot program to encourage Sacramento Regional Transit District (SacRT) ridership in the City by helping to reduce transit access barriers.
The new pilot program, called “Free $5 to Ride,” provides SacRT riders with a Lyft coupon code (RCFREE5) worth up to $5. The coupon code can be used toward a Lyft ride that begins or ends at one of the four SacRT light rail stations in Rancho Cordova, up to 60 times per month. The concept is predicated on providing commuters traveling to and from Rancho Cordova via SacRT with alternatives to first mile/last mile connections, reducing the need to drive alone and ultimately increasing transit usage. More info
See Something, Say Something
The City of Rancho Cordova, City of Folsom and Sacramento County have made it easy for cyclists to keep our infrastructure bicycle friendly.
These mobile apps let you report cycling hazards when you see them, whether its trash in the bike lane, a pot hole or a need for better signage. Download these apps and be ready to click and report the next time you see something that needs attention.
Folsom Community Service Day, September 21st
The Folsom community is coming together again for the sixth annual Community Service Day, Folsom’s largest day of volunteerism. This powerful day of service mobilizes thousands of volunteers of all ages and interests to complete dozens of service projects throughout Folsom. The city is seeking community-based projects for this year’s Community Service Day event, planned for Saturday, September 21, 2019. The Friends of Folsom Parkways will be stenciling trail safety among others trail safety and maintenance projects. More info and Volunteer sign-up
Oak Parkway Trail Undercrossing has reopened (East Natoma, Folsom)
The Oak Parkway Trail Undercrossing has reopened. This new addition to Folsom’s recreational trail system tunnels under East Natoma Street near Prison Road to provide a seamless and safe route for pedestrians and cyclists to transition between the Oak Parkway and Johnny Cash Trails. Construction on the Oak Parkway Trail Undercrossing began in October 2018; the project was funded with monies from state and federal grants and the City of Folsom. More info.
California Clean Air Day - Take the Pledge - Oct 2, 2109
On October 2, 2019 join people and organizations across the state to take part in the second annual California Clean Air Day. Take the clean air pledge and start making a difference today. We might have the dirtiest air in the nation, but that doesn’t mean we have to sit still and take it! Join us to show how we can all come together to make a difference today and for generations to come! Take the Pledge!
Support Cycling Programs in California, buy the BIKE PLATE!
Your purchase of the California Bike Plate will generate grants to promote cycling as a physical activity, fund bike skill development and nutrition education at the elementary school level and create safe places to ride through cycling advocacy. More info
Mile Marker 16.5 Trail Re-Route Complete
Crews have removed all equipment, and the project is 100% complete, ahead of schedule. We hope you enjoy the fresh trail!
Construction has begun on American River Bike Trail along North Lake Natoma
The Bureau of Reclamation and California State Parks temporarily closed a segment of the American River Bike Trail to remove debris and enhance public safety near the Orangevale Bluffs. More info
Reza Moghissi, Sacramento County Department of Transportation and Sue Fry, 50 Corridor TMA.
Folsom South Trail Improvements Phase II
Project description - The Folsom South Canal was built in the 1970s as part of the Central Valley Project (CVP). A total of 26.6 miles of the canal were constructed, running roughly north and south from Lake Natoma to approximately 1.3 miles south of Twin Cities Road (SR 104). Paved maintenance roads straddle the canal. Since its construction, the west side maintenance road between Hazel Avenue and Sloughhouse Road, a distance of approximately 14 miles, has also served as a multi-use path. The project will include a pedestrian bridge, asphalt patching and surfacing, pavement markings, and signage. More info. Before picture
We are excited to report Bike Share is coming soon to Rancho Cordova and Folsom with Gotcha bikes.
Gotcha empowers communities to lead happier, more productive lives through alternative forms of transportation specifically designed for each market served. Gotcha currently operates more than 50 shared e-mobility systems in cities and universities across the US. For more information, visit www.ridegotcha.com.
To initiate a rental, riders need to download the Gotcha app in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store and create an account. Riders can locate a bike within the app on the map, unlock, and start cruising.