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 Project Description

The City of Sacramento and the City of Elk Grove have teamed up to implement complete street bicycle and pedestrian safety improvements along the Franklin Boulevard Corridor. This roadway has been identified for inclusion with the City of Sacramento 2020 pavement resurfacing project. This scheduled regular maintenance provided an opportunity for the cities of Elk Grove and Sacramento to refresh and improve lane configurations within the corridor, to improve operations and safety for vehicles, cyclists, and pedestrians. This project will be delivered by the City of Sacramento with cost-sharing and other support from the City of Elk Grove.
The City has prepared an informational flier detailing the proposed modifications to the Franklin Boulevard corridor and addressing commonly asked questions HERE.

Existing and Proposed Cross-section of Franklin Blvd


  • Improved vehicular lane width (reduced to standard 11’) and lane geometry
  • Enhanced bicycle and pedestrian facilities including striped buffer with delineators providing separation from vehicular traffic
  • Improved pavement condition and service life
  • Upgraded traffic signal detection systems
  • Upgrade existing non-ADA-compliant curb ramps within project area

Costs and Funding

The estimated total construction cost is $1 million. This project will be funded with Congested Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) funds, Surface Transportation Improvement Program, Senate Bill 1 (SB1) funds for the City of Elk Grove Portion, and local transportation funds.


Project Manager: Amber Castle-Keane
Office: (916) 808-8141