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SacRT is providing free SmaRT-Rides to the polls! To redeem your free ride print or take a screen shot of THIS FLYER
SacRT is ALSO is offering free rides system-wide on all bus, light rail, SmaRT Ride and SacRT GO (Paratransit) on Saturday, October 24, and Tuesday, November 3. CLICK HERE for more info.
More Free Rides
SacRT has announced that the RydeFreeRT program has been extended through September 30, 2021.
The RydeFreeRT program offers fare-free transit for youth and students in grades TK through 12. With RydeFreeRT, youth can ride the entire SacRT transit network, including SacRT buses, light rail, and SmaRT Ride on-demand microtransit service for FREE!. RydeFreeRT is available all day, any day of the week, all year during regular SacRT service hours.
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Active Transportation Plan
Sacramento County is creating its very first Active Transportation Plan! The Plan will focus on walking, biking, and rolling (strollers, scooters, skateboards etc.). Input from community members (like you!) will help develop this Plan. We hope you will share your experiences, challenges, and vision of walking and biking. At the end of the project, the plan will have a list of project recommendations that will help the County:
- Solve infrastructure problems for people who walk, bike, and roll
- Create new routes for people to walk, bike, and roll
- Make walking and biking easier, safer, and more comfortable for people of all ages and abilities
Cordova School Zones Project
The City of Rancho Cordova received state grant funding from the Sacramento Council of Governments (SACOG) to provide specific safety improvements at six elementary schools: Abraham Lincoln, Cordova Gardens, Cordova Meadows, Cordova Villa, Rancho Cordova and White Rock. The City is currently preparing plans for construction in Summer of 2021.
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Folsom Underpass Project Wins Prestigious Award
Folsom's Oak Parkway Trail under-crossing has been named Project of the Year by the American Public Works Association. Check out THIS VIDEO about the project, featuring 50 Corridor TMA Board Members Tony Powers (Dokken Engineering) and Brett Bollinger (City of Folsom). Congratulations to all!
Sunrise Boulevard Rehabilitation Project
The rehabilitation of Sunrise Boulevard between Folsom Blvd and White Rock Rd. continues, adding new pavement and streetlights, landscaped medians, widened sidewalks, bike lanes and signal upgrades. The project is anticipated to be completed by Fall 2020, weather permitting.
Folsom Boulevard Enhancement
The final phase of the Folsom Boulevard Beautification and Enhancement Project continues. This phase is adding improved sidewalks, landscaping and safety features along Folsom Boulevard from Kilgore Road to Sunrise Boulevard. The project is anticipated to be completed by Fall 2020, weather permitting.