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Nathan Morales, left, and Bethany Morales practice their bike riding skills in the safety of a temporary bike lane on Old Auburn Rd. In Citrus Heights.

Pilot Projects Give Communities a Preview of Changes
Testing safety strategies in Citrus Heights and Sacramento

October 29, 2019: Two recent road demonstration tests showed the value of doing a pilot project before making big changes to a road. 

In Citrus Heights major thoroughfare Old Auburn Road is getting a Complete Streets makeover. The community got a nine-day preview that was launched with a Community Safety Fair on October 19. People could ride in a temporary bike lane created for the pilot as well as attend a pedestrian safety class, and some family fun activities drew a steady stream of visitors. 

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When Innovation Happens in the Slow Lane
Keep Calm and Drive a Neighborhood Electric Vehicle in Lincoln

October 28, 2019: When you think about innovative mobility you might think autonomous vehicles, electric scooters, or maybe something more futuristic like flying cars. But innovative mobility doesn’t have to involve a high-tech device, it just needs to bring a new solution to an existing transportation challenge. That’s what City of Lincoln is doing with Neighborhood Electric Vehicles (NEVs).

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
REQUEST FOR COMMENT ON THE AMENDMENT TO THE SACOG MTIP

The Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG) will hold a public hearing to review Amendment #11 to the 2019-22 Metropolitan Transportation Improvement Program (MTIP). The hearing will be held 11 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., August 22, 2019, at SACOG, 1415 L Street, Suite 300, Sacramento CA. The MTIP is the short-range transportation program for the SACOG region, which includes the counties of Sacramento, Sutter, Yolo, Yuba, and portions of El Dorado and Placer County.