From enhancing livability to expanding economic development, bike and pedestrian projects help create a vibrant transportation network. As part of May is Bike Month, the City is seeking feedback from residents on a few proposed projects that are dedicated to improving connectivity among pedestrians and cyclists. We are encouraging residents to take a few minutes to learn more about three proposed projects and provide feedback about each. Please provide feedback no later than May 27.
The Two Rivers Trail Project
The City of Sacramento is preparing the preliminary engineering and environmental documentation for the Two Rivers Trail Project which is a multi-use trail located on the south side of the American River, connecting the trail at H Street and the Sacramento Northern Bike Trail River Crossing. The purpose of the proposed project is to complete the overall vision for the entire Two Rivers Trail from Tiscornia Park to H Street, and by expanding recreational and active transportation opportunities to the lower American River Parkway.
4th Street Pedestrian Access Project
The City of Sacramento is planning to improve the walking experience through Chinatown— the district immediately south of the Sacramento Valley Station on 4th Street between I and J Streets. The project would provide a pedestrian bridge, or something similar, in order to improve the walking experience through the district.
Old Sacramento Riverfront Access Project
The City of Sacramento is seeking federal grant funds to begin the planning and preliminary engineering for the Old Sacramento Riverfront Access Project. This project addresses a much needed and missing multi-use connection along the waterfront near the confluence of the Sacramento River and American River. This project would improve connectivity for bicycle commuters and recreationalists traveling from Sacramento to the historic Old Sacramento Riverfront Boardwalk, the Sacramento Valley Train Station, and the Railyards development.