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Bell Avenue Complete Streets Rehabilitation Project

The project will transform 2.8 miles of Bell Avenue between Bollenbacher Avenue and Astoria Street into a complete street that encourages pedestrian, bicycle, and transit-friendly transportation while increasing safety.

  • Bell Avenue repaving
  • Traffic signal/sign improvements
  • Bike lanes & sidewalk improvements
  • Bridge improvements @ Magpie Creek

Upcoming Traffic Impacts – November 9-22, 2022

Expect traffic delays during paving from November 9-22. Please seek alternative routes, as possible. Click on map below to enlarge.

Bell Ave Complete Streets Rehabilitation Project Map

Project History

The City of Sacramento received federal funds to begin improving Bell Avenue conditions and engineering design started for the alignment between Bollenbacher Avenue and Astoria Street. This project aims to make Bell Avenue more inviting and safer for all users by providing bike lanes and connecting existing sidewalk segments.

Construction began in August 2022 and is expected to be finished in Spring 2023.

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

Questions?

Phone: 916-226-3838
Email: Outreach@CompleteBell.org