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Downtown Sacramento

railroad repairs


From 8 a.m. Monday, September 25 to 4 p.m. Friday, September 29.


P Street, between 19th and 20th Streets

W Street between 19th and 20th Streets


P Street and W Street will be closed to traffic between 19th and 20th Streets. Motorists are encouraged to use alternate routes and follow provided detours signage. There will also be typical construction noise and minor traffic delays during this project.


Justin Hampton, 916-808-4013

Jeff Davis, 530-990-2412

Downtown sewer upgrades


Monday, July 10 through early Spring 2018


9th Street from G to L Streets

*Update 8/31/17

Starting August 31, 2017, construction crews will remove all permanent traffic control along 9th Street (between G & L streets); however, this does not mean the project is finished. After completing much of the potholing and investigation work, additional work from outside utilities such as PG&E and fiber optic companies need to occur before the sewer upgrade can continue and some potential relocation of tunnel shafts. Temporary traffic control will be put in place on an as needed basis for future work.


Beginning Monday, July 10, there will be a single lane from I to L street set apart from the construction zone by K-rail. On-street parking within the corridor will be temporarily closed and one lane of traffic will remain open at all times in order to accommodate the work area and keep traffic moving. Traffic control will be set up 24 hours a day. 

Construction for the 9th Street corridor will include five blocks of new 60-inch diameter combined sewer pipeline with both open cut and tunneling activities. Utilization of both these construction methods will help minimize impacts to daily pedestrian, bicycle and vehicular tra­ffic by allowing:

  • sidewalks to remain open
  • businesses to remain open and accessible
  • one lane of traffi­c open at all times  

To accommodate the work area and keep traffi­c moving, parking within the corridor will be temporarily closed. Work will occur block by block and average two months within each block.

During construction, flaggers will be stationed at designated areas to maintain safe travel. A construction liaison will also be working closely with property owners and occupants to inform them of upcoming activities and address concerns regarding potential impacts that may include:  

  • Lane closures

  • Traffic delays

  • Detours

  • Noise, dust, and vibration

  • Temporarily closed sidewalks

  • Loss of parking 


Rich Dalrymple, (916) 808-1446

Capitol Mall Farmers' Market


Every Thursday from May 4 to October 2017, from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.


Capitol Mall between 5th and 7th Streets


The closure of Capitol Mall between 5th and 7th Streets is permitted from 9am to 2pm.  Westbound Capitol Mall between 6th and 7th Streets will remain open to bus traffic to access northbound 6th Street. Annual weekly farmers’ market with produce vendors and food trucks.  

East Sacramento, Tahoe Park, Elmhurst, River Park

water main installation


Mid August until early September




All residential streets listed above will have full road closures within work zone within the indicated limits except to local residents and emergency vehicles. All primary streets (except Broadway) will be open to the public with modified traffic lanes (either pushed over to one side or flagged as a one way). Broadway from 65th St. to 59th St. Will be closed to WB traffic and detoured to either 14th Ave or S St. Intersection of 59th and Broadway will be closed on 59th and detoured to Tahoe Way.

Below are dates and times of construction

August 28 to September 15: Broadway from 58th Street to 65th Street.

August 28 to August 31: 64th Street from Broadway to T Street

August 31 to September 6: Kroy from Broadway to T Street

September 5 to October 6: 24th Street, between 26th Ave. and 28th Ave. 

September 6 -7: 3rd Street from 64th Street to 63 Street

September 7 to September 11: 64th Street from Broadway to T Street

September 11 to September 12: 3rd from 64th Street to 63rd Street

September 11 to September 12: 4th from 59th to 61st.


Steve Lynch, (916) 855-4561

Ian Pietz, (916) 808-1910

Land Park

There are no traffic alerts at this time.

River District

Caltrans Construction Work Along State Route 160 from Arden Way to Richards Boulevard


April 3 to Fall 2017. Work will be in the evening, Monday through Friday, from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m.


Along State Route 160 from Arden Way to Richards Boulevard


Caltrans is scheduled to begin nighttime work on Monday, April 3 for State Highway 160 near the downtown and north Sacramento area. The $6.9 million project will repair and resurface damaged pavement on Highways 160 and 51 (Business 80). Work will include replacing and repairing pavement, and roadway and bridge deck work. Adjacent intersections will operate normally. Ramps along State Route 160 will be closed completely when necessary.

Caltrans urges motorists to seek an alternate route or expect additional travel times and delays due to alternating lane restrictions and ramp closures. The daily work schedule is from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m. Monday through Friday (Some weekend work may be needed.) Advanced signage will be set up for detours and posted work zone speeds will be enforced by the California Highway Patrol.


Clark A Peri, Caltrans Project Manager (916) 825-8168; Dennis Keaton, Caltrans PIO, (916) 825-5252

South Sacramento

There are no traffic alerts at this time.

North Sacramento

There are no traffic alerts at this time.


There are no traffic alerts at this time.