Javier Garcia removes all the “one way” signs to covert Freeport Blvd. into a two-way street from Broadway to 4th Ave., February 7, 2008. Sacramento officials today will unveil Sacramento Grid 2.0, the idea includes turning 62 blocks of one-way streets back into two-way streets.
Javier Garcia removes all the “one way” signs to covert Freeport Blvd. into a two-way street from Broadway to 4th Ave., February 7, 2008. Sacramento officials today will unveil Sacramento Grid 2.0, the idea includes turning 62 blocks of one-way streets back into two-way streets. Florence Low Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
Javier Garcia removes all the “one way” signs to covert Freeport Blvd. into a two-way street from Broadway to 4th Ave., February 7, 2008. Sacramento officials today will unveil Sacramento Grid 2.0, the idea includes turning 62 blocks of one-way streets back into two-way streets. Florence Low Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
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Tony Bizjak: Sacramento wants to turn more one-way streets to two-way

November 08, 2015 4:01 PM

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Tony Bizjak has covered local transportation issues for The Sacramento Bee since 2003. Prior to that, he covered Sacramento City Hall and local government issues. A California native, Bizjak has a journalism degree from San Jose State University. Contact reporter Tony Bizjak at tbizjak@sacbee.com or 916-321-1059. Twitter: @TonyBizjak