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Project Overview

The Broadway corridor in Oak Park, between Franklin Boulevard and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, is home to a vibrant and diverse mix of businesses. These include a concentration of employers that support retail and non-retail jobs. The area also includes a blend of housing styles. This stretch of the corridor is generally four lanes, and serves the region by carrying almost 15,000 vehicles per day and public transit.

The Envision Broadway in Oak Park Complete Street Plan will enhance accessibility and safety for all modes of transportation, and consider the needs of residents, businesses, and visitors.


Envision Broadway in Oak Park Timeline 

Community Involvement

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Let's Move! Building Community through Movement (May 30, 2019) 

Learn about transportation projects in your neighborhood & celebrate movement in all forms. Join us on Thursday, May 30 from 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. at McClatchy Park, located at 3500 5th Avenue. You and your family can enjoy music, snacks, and family-friendly activities while we explore how to improve our streets, minds, and bodies. A downloadable flier is available online here.

Talk to us about transportation projects happening in your neighborhood including the Envision Broadway in Oak Park Complete Streets Plan, Vision Zero Top Five Study (Broadway/Stockton corridor), and Electric Vehicle Blueprint Project.

Community Open House (November 2018)

On November 7, 2018, the City of Sacramento held a guided community open house to present and obtain community input on design concepts for Broadway between Franklin and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.  More than 35 community members attended the open house, which was held at the Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services, located at 3333 3rd Avenue, between 4:30 - 6:30 p.m.

A summary of this community open house is available for download here.


Pop-up Workshop Series (May 2018)

In May and June 2018, the City of Sacramento hosted a series of four pop-up workshops for the Envision Broadway in Oak Park Project. More than 86 community members attended the workshops, which took place at the following locations in the project area:

  May 5 

  Oak Park Farmer’s Market
  McClatchy Park

  May 9 

  Oak Park Business Association Meeting

  May 12  

  Oak Park Farmer’s Market
  McClatchy Park

  June 1 

  First Friday in Oak Park

A summary of these pop-up workshops is available for download here


Contact the project manager

Leslie Mancebo, Transportation Program Analyst
(916) 808-5581


projects along the Broadway corridor

There are five concurrent projects being completed by the City of Sacramento along the Broadway corridor, from the Sacramento River to Stockton Boulevard. The map below illustrates where these five projects are located. A larger version of the map below is available for download here.

Broadway Corridor Projects