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Bell Avenue Complete Project Rehabilitation Project

Bell Avenue Complete Street Rehabilitation

Photo 1- Existing conditions on Bell Avenue at Magpie Creek do not include formalized sidewalks

Bell Avenue Complete Street Rehabilitation

Photo 2- Existing Conditions on Bell Avenue east of Rio Linda Boulevard do not include space for pedestrians or bicyclists

Project Description

The Bell Avenue Complete Street Project would transform existing Bell Avenue from Bollenbacher Ave to Astoria Street into a complete street that encourages a pedestrian, bicycle, and transit friendly environment. The proposed project includes 2.8 miles of pavement rehabilitation, sidewalk construction to eliminate existing gaps in sidewalk infrastructure, minor widening in some areas to provide adequate width for bike lanes, signal modifications and new signing and striping along the corridor.

Benefits

The goal of this project is to make Bell Avenue a more inviting and safe place for all users by providing bike lanes, and connecting existing segments of sidewalk.

Costs and Funding

The project is funded through Federal Funding provided through the Regional Surface Transportation Program with matching funds provided by local transportation tax measure dollars.

Schedule

Preliminary engineering and environmental studies are currently underway, and are anticipated to be completed in 2017. Final engineering design is anticipated to be completed in 2018, with construction projected for 2019.

Contact

Elizabeth Weeks, Associate Engineer
Office: 916-808-2330
Email: eweeks@cityofsacramento.org