Conceptual drawing of pedestrian overcrossing (looking west over Highway 50/Business 80)


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Click here to view a compilation of feedback from the online questionnaire, open from January 18 to February 1. Comments received from the community are regarding trail access, amenities and design. 

In 2013, the City of West Sacramento adopted a Bicycle, Pedestrian, and Trails Master Plan with the vision of providing one of the nation’s top bicycle and pedestrian friendly communities.

To fulfill this vision, the City is improving infrastructure for bicycling and walking, while capitalizing on several of West Sacramento’s positive characteristics.

Included in this Master Plan was the Sycamore Trail project that will extend south from Sacramento Avenue / Yolo Street to Barge Canal and ultimately to Lake Washington Boulevard / Jefferson Boulevard intersection: a safe non-vehicular pedestrian and bicycle trail that will provide connections between central City neighborhoods linking people with schools, parks, businesses and commercial centers.

The City of West Sacramento is currently in the process of performing environmental analysis and design for the Sycamore Trail Phase II and III Extension Project, which includes an overcrossing at Highway 50/Business 80.

On Thursday, January 18, 2018, The City of West Sacramento held a community open house for the Sycamore Trail Phase II and III Extension Project. Fifty-four community members attended the open house at the West Sacramento City Hall.
Click here to view a summary of the open house. 

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Map of the entire Bicycle and Trails Master Plan, circled is Phase II & III of Sycamore Trail