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 J Street Project Cross Section

The J Street Safety Project is designed to calm traffic, improve pedestrian crossings, provide parking protected bikeways, and make the street more inviting for travel and as well as spending time on the corridor. A new parking-separated bikeway will be added to the street. 

What is a parking protected bikeway? These bikeways will allow people of all ages and levels to bike the grid, separated from moving traffic. Travel lanes will be reduced from 3 to 2, encouraging slower vehicle speeds, decreasing pedestrian crossing lengths, and improving corridor safety.

Transit: Sacramento Regional Transit (Sac RT) Bus Route 30 will consolidate stops. 

Upgraded parking meters! Parking meters along the parking-separated bikeway will be replaced with the new Pay-by-Plate technology, simply enter the license plate number, insert payment, and follow prompts on the screen. No need to return to your car and display the receipt. As always, customers may use the Parkmobile app.

 J Street Safety Project Map 19th to 30th Streets 

Construction SCHEDULE

Construction is expected from the end of June through mid-August 2018. Door hangers will be posted in the area 3 days prior to parking restrictions. There will be minor street closures during the week and likely full street closures on weekends, three blocks at a time.

The City is dedicated to minimizing impacts to the traveling public as well as businesses located on the J Street corridor, and encourage residents and motorists to plan ahead. 

  • Construction Period: June 24 to Mid-August 2018
  • Lane closures are expected Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Road closures will occur three blocks at time on weekends beginning, Saturday, June 30 Motorists are asked to watch for signs and detours. Weekend J Street closures include:


    • Saturday, June 30: J Street from 19th to 22nd Streets
    • Sunday, July 1: J Street from 22nd to 25th Streets
    • Saturday, July 7: J Street from 25th to 28th Streets
    • Saturday, July 14: J Street from 28th to 30th Streets


  • All businesses in the area will remain open.

City contact

Josh Werner; 


For more information on parking locations and to reserve event parking in advance  at one of the City garages, please visit