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By working to make it safe and convenient for more people to take more trips by bike, we’re helping make the Sacramento region a cleaner, healthier, happier place to live and work.

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C St. crossing in Midtown to close

As expected, last night the Sacramento City Council voted unanimously to close the at-grade railroad crossing at C Street in Midtown. The decision enables the City of Sacramento to proceed with plans to open a new at-grade crossing for a…..

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Mountain bike advocate Bob Horowitz being interviewed for TV news about the pilot program.

Off-road biking in ARP moves ahead

On July 28, after two and a half hours of discussion, the 5-member Sacramento County Recreation & Parks Commission, which advises the Board of Supervisors, unanimously approved the implementation plan for a pilot program to allow bicycling on unpaved maintenance…..

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Current Projects & Programs

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Vision Zero

A growing number of cities in the U.S. and in Europe – including Sacramento – have embraced Vision Zero, an approach to planning safety improvements conceived in Sweden in the late 1990s that sets the goal of preventing all traffic-related…..

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Project review

As private development and public works projects continue to change the face of our region, we work hard to ensure that traveling by bike becomes more — not less — convenient and safe. We do this in a number of…..

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The Squeaky Wheel

Chris Shultz on ARP

Sacramento County Parks is implementing a pilot program to allow off-pavement bicycling in the Lower American River Parkway. Also, Sacramento embraces Vision Zero, new hires, supporting SABA and more - read it all in this month's Squeaky Wheel.

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