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  • Pioneer Bridge repair squeezes traffic over the next six weekends

    The resurfacing of the Pioneer Bridge linking Sacramento to West Sacramento began today. The project will affect traffic in both directions between Jefferson Blvd and Sacramento’s 5th Street for the next six weekends.

The resurfacing of the Pioneer Bridge linking Sacramento to West Sacramento began today. The project will affect traffic in both directions between Jefferson Blvd and Sacramento’s 5th Street for the next six weekends. Randall Benton The Sacramento Bee
The resurfacing of the Pioneer Bridge linking Sacramento to West Sacramento began today. The project will affect traffic in both directions between Jefferson Blvd and Sacramento’s 5th Street for the next six weekends. Randall Benton The Sacramento Bee

Good news, drivers. Your Highway 50 headaches are about to end.

August 30, 2017 3:57 AM

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