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Broadway Complete Streets Project Rendering

Figure 1- Project Rendering

Project Description

The project location is the two-mile Broadway corridor between 3rd Street and 29th Street, south of downtown Sacramento, California. It anchors multi-modal transportation connections and improves access for all modes through introduction of a four lane to three lane road diet, new buffered bicycle lanes, new marked pedestrian crossings and refuge islands, and multi-modal improvements at two intersections. The planning document for the Broadway Complete Street Plan is available here.

View the Broadway Complete Streets Addendum here. 

More information about the project can found on the Broadway Complete Streets Fact Sheet.

Broadway Complete Streets Existing Cross Section

Figure 2- Existing Cross-Section

Broadway Complete Streets Proposed Cross Section

Figure 3- Proposed Cross-Section


The project is designed to calm traffic, improve safety, and make the street more inviting for travel on foot and by bicycle.

Costs and Funding

The estimated total project cost (including environmental clearance, design, and construction costs) is $10M. The project will be delivered in two phases. The first phase, from 3rd Street to 16th Street, is estimated to cost $4.4M (including environmental clearance, design, and construction) and has received funding through the Active Transportation Program grants, CDBG Block Grants, Measure A funds, and Major Street Construction funds. The City was successful in obtaining an Active Transportation Program grant for the segment between 16th Street and 24th Street. This new segment is estimated to cost $4.6M (including design and construction). The City is pursuing grant funding to construct the second phase of the project to Franklin Boulevard.


The project team is conducting environmental studies and analyzing traffic operations in the corridor. The project team is coordinating with other agencies such as Sacramento Regional Transit. 

City Council will be asked to approve the CEQA EIR addendum on Tuesday, October 15, 2019, at 2:00 p.m.

All documents will be posted for public viewing Tuesday, October 1, 2019. 

Design is anticipated to be completed by Fall 2020 with construction occurring in 2021.

Community Engagement

 The Broadway Complete Streets project includes a community engagement program to inform and engage the community throughout the process.  Sign up to receive project updates here. 

Public Workshop #2

On Thursday, August 8th, the City hosted a second public workshop from 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. at Leataata Floyd Elementary School. View the preliminary designs, learn about the mobility and safety enhancements, see the traffic analysis findings in the project boards below.Below is also the summary of input. 

Public Workshop #1

On Wednesday, July 18, the City, in conjunction with the Greater Broadway Partnership's Placemaking effort, held a community open house to present and gather input on projects happening along the Broadway corridor. More than 110 community members attended the workshop from 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. at Uptown Studios located at 2415 23rd Street.


Megan Johnson, Senior Engineer
Office: (916) 808-1967