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SACRAMENTO CITY COLLEGE PEDESTRIAN AND BICYCLE BRIDGE PROJECT

 SACRAMENTO CITY COLLEGE PEDESTRIAN AND BICYCLE BRIDGE PROJECT

Figure 1 - Completed Project

Project Description

The project constructed a tied arch bridge structure across Union Pacific Railroad Tracks and a precast cored slab bridge structure across the Sacramento Light Rail Station to connect Sacramento City College with Curtis Park Village. The project also included ramps, stairs, lighting, underground utilities, landscaping and irrigation facilities.

Benefits

The new bridge improved safety for pedestrians and bicyclists by spanning the Light Rail and UPRR tracks adjacent to Sacramento City College, connecting the City College on the west side of the tracks and the future Curtis Park Village development on the east side.

Costs and Funding

Total project cost was approximately $11.5 million. The project was funded through the Proposition 1B funds, Federal Transportation Enhancement funds and local transportation funds.

SchedulE

Construction was completed in Spring of 2016.

ContacT

Philip Vulliet, Senior Engineer
Office: 916-808-5092
Email: pvulliet@cityofsacramento.org