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Final Plan Approved


The Stockton Blvd Corridor Plan was presented to City Council on September 21, 2021 for final approval. This document sets the vision for future transportation investments on the corridor.

After 2-years of work, this Plan incorporates technical analysis, community input, and best practices in roadway safety and design. The plan identifies improvements and cost estimates broken down into three sections.

The next step is to secure funding for preliminary design and environmental clearance which provides more details.

Final Stockton Blvd Corridor Plan

A: Community Engagement Summary
B: Planning Level Cost Estimate
C: Concept Plan Set
D: Existing Conditions Report
E: Existing Conditions Report Appendix
F: Frequently Asked Questions

Final Draft Design

After incorporating feedback from the community and modeled future traffic impacts, these final draft designs meet the project's goals. Please have a look and feel free to share your thoughts.
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Stockton Blvd Street


Stockton Boulevard Corridor Study

Virtual Open House!

The project team hosted a virtual open house on June 25, 2020. Watch the open house below.  Join us!


What are the alternatives? View the conceptual rendering for the corridor now!

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Project Overview

Stockton Boulevard is an important five-lane corridor, connecting downtown to south Sacramento. The City of Sacramento is performing a study to envision transportation improvements to the Stockton Boulevard corridor.

Why Stockton Boulevard?

Transportation Safety – Stockton Boulevard is on the city’s Vision Zero High Injury Network (HIN). Additionally, two of the Vision Zero Top Five Corridor Study segments with the most collisions are on Stockton Blvd.

Mobility – Bus Route 51 has the highest ridership in the SacRT system with over 3,000 daily riders. We want to improve access to and from bus stops.

Community – There are also more than 1,600 residents and 12,000 jobs within a 5-minute walk of the corridor making it an important thoroughfare for many Sacramento residents.

Having many transportation choices to choose from can provide many community benefits. Streets focused on people, where residents are comfortable, can promote walking and bicycling. Corridors that have effective public transit options see improved economic outcomes. Getting people out of their cars and engaged with the street is also better for the environment and reduces greenhouse gas emissions.


Existing Conditions Report

The Project Team spent Summer-Fall 2019 listening to the community and collecting data. We heard from over 700 community members!

The Existing Conditions Report captures what was heard from the community, survey results from online and in-person surveys, current traffic counts, and existing physical conditions of the roadway. The Report also summarizes transportation issues and opportunities for Stockton Blvd. These issues and opportunities will be explored in greater detail through the project’s upcoming phases.

To make this project a success, we need to hear from you!

Contact the Project Manager

Drew Hart, Transportation Planner
(916) 808-6725