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Current Construction Activity

Latest Activity – Upcoming Traffic Impacts

Bruceville Road

  • On August 11, 2015 the southbound #3 lane between Cosumnes River Boulevard and the east entrance to Cosumnes River College will be closed for utility and landscaping work.

Cosumnes River Boulevard at Bruceville Road intersection

  • Beginning Wednesday August 12 through Friday August 14, 2015, the artwork for the Cosumnes River Flyover will be installed. This work will start at 8 pm and continue to 4 am.   Lanes will shift starting with the westbound, then eastbound during the artwork installation.

Center Parkway

Thursday and Friday- August 13-14 2015– Single lane closures both north and southbound while the contractor performs work in this area.

Meadowview Road

Saturday and Sunday- August 15-16, 2015- #2 lanes both east and westbound will be closed for roadwork.

Franklin Boulevard at Cosumnes RIver Boulevard

Thursday and Friday- August 13-14 2015- Single lane closures both north and southbound while the contractor performs work in this area.

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Overview

The Blue Line to CRC project will add four new light rail stations (Morrison Creek, Franklin, Center Parkway and Cosumnes River College), 2,700 park-and-ride spaces and a major new transit center at the Cosumnes River College Station.The Blue Line to CRC light rail extension project (also referred to as South Line Phase 2) is one of the highest priority transit projects in the region and, once completed, will extend light rail 4.3 miles from the existing terminus at Meadowview Road to Cosumnes River College.Construction of the two light rail bridges over Cosumnes River Boulevard and Morrison creek is almost complete. Civil and track work is scheduled to begin in September 2013, with revenue service beginning late 2015. Click here to view a current project map.

Upcoming Events

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Civil Construction Underway

Tree Removal Mitigation

Removal of some trees along the alignment of the Blueline to CRC will be necessary to facilitate the construction of the light rail track and stations for this important light rail extension.  Every effort has been made to minimize the number of trees being removed, and replacement trees will be planted along the alignment, the CRC campus and at the new stations as construction is completed.  In fact, RT will be planting 1.6 trees for every tree removed.  To learn more about how tree removal is being mitigated for please view  Chapter Four – Affected Environment in the Final EIR/S. It can be viewed here.