Sacramento State will test a first fully driverless shuttle bus service, along with other California State University campuses. Starting in February, students, faculty and staff can ride autonomous buses.
A man was killed after exiting his vehicle and walking into traffic following a collision with the Interstate 5 median early Sunday morning, California Highway Patrol officials said. The victim was identified as Dante Daprato, 18, of West Sacramento.
Caltrans will close lanes on a stretch of eastbound Highway 50, from Broadway to 65th Street, as damaged concrete slabs are repaired, with night work continuing through Sunday, according to a news release.
The sign, which is directly across from the Sutter Imaging center in East Sacramento, should read “32nd,” but instead reads “32st,” prompting a trending post titled “Thirty-seconst Street?” to appear on Sacramento’s subreddit page.
A day after The Sacramento Bee reported that a street sign at the intersection of L and “32st” streets contained a bit of a typo, the city’s public works department has fixed it. (It’s “32nd” now, for the record.)
Driving through Natomas could get a bit trickier this winter as levee improvement projects get underway, causing intermittent temporary lane and road closures on Garden Highway from mid December to late March, the city of Sacramento said.
For more than two years, the Sacramento County Department of Human Assistance has been using an automated license plate reader system to track and investigate welfare beneficiaries, without a state mandated privacy and usage policy.
The 3 Mile Slough Bridge in south Sacramento County was closed for about 30 minutes with its drawbridge stuck in the up position, highway officials said Monday morning. The Highway 160, about 4 miles south of the Rio Vista Bridge, has reopened.
Yolo bus will cut bus fares for the first time in recent history, as part of an effort to boost declining ridership, officials announced on Friday. The reductions will start on Saturday, covering most fare types, but not all.
A temporary drainage fix is in place, allowing a stretch of Interstate 5 in downtown Sacramento to reopen fully to traffic one day after it crumbled amid storm erosion, Caltrans reported shortly after midnight Friday.