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Where We've Been

Twenty Years of Investment for the Regional Transportation Center

The Sacramento Valley Station building has long been a cherished civic icon with a rich history. Since its opening in 1926, it has continued to serve Sacramento as an important mobility anchor.


In the late 1990s, the City of Sacramento in partnership with the State Rail Agency and Sacramento Regional Transit began planning and investment for the transfer of the station from the private railroad to public ownership. In 2006, the City was able purchase the historic station and surrounding grounds. Local and regional investment in the station has continued in three phases to implement improvements and expansion.

Phase 1  |  Phase 2  |  Phase 3

What We're Doing

SVS Sustainability 

The historic Depot Building at Sacramento Valley Station includes 25,000 square feet of mixed-use leasable space for offices, restaurants, and retail. Find out how you can lease here.

Transit services at the station
Rail service
Capitol Corridor
San Joaquins

Light rail service
Sacramento Regional Transit

Bus service
Sacramento Regional Transit
Fairfield and Suisun Transit (Blue Line)
Roseville Transit (Game Day Express to Kings games)

Parking at the station
Vehicle parking is available at Lot 293 and the Old Sacramento Garage.

Bicycles at the station

Where We're Going



Section 0: Table of Contents
Section 1:
Section 2: Context
Section 3: Area Plan
Section 4: Transportation and Circulation
Section 5: Open Space
Section 6: Building Control
Section 7: Infrastructure
Section 8: Phasing
Section 9: Implementation
Section 10: Credits
Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Appendix D
Appendix E
Appendix F

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Master Planning Today
Master Plan Vision

In 2018, the City concluded work on an initial conceptual planning that resulted in two master plan concepts. In 2019, the City will refine these two concepts to develop a preferred option plan and multi-phase implementation plan. In 2020, key elements of these plans will be incorporated into the Railyards Specific Plan to provide a pathway for expanding regional transportation services and developing the SVS site with land uses supportive of transportation.

The plan area will be designed for sustainable principles on the City-owned site under the framework of the International Living Futures Institute Living Community Challenge.