#SACTOWNURBANUPDATE: Sacramento City is well under way with it's Riverfront Re-connection project that will greatly improve access between the popular local and visitor destinations of Downtown, Capitol Mall, Old Town and the Crocker Art Museum. Costing $13.5 million in local and federal matching funds the project is scheduled to be completed by late summer/early fall 2016.
Capitol Mall at Tower Bridge will feature wider sidewalks and improved landscaping; a new entrance to Old Town is being built for pedestrians, bikes and autos that will connect with 2nd Street.
|Likely look of new Old Town/Capital Mall connector looking South|
The O Street Bridge by the Crocker Art Museum will also feature wider sidewalks and a new railing to encourage pedestrian flow between Crocker and the Riverfront.
Construction is scheduled Monday through Friday and on 3 weekends in the fall, but not during special events in Old Town.
For Construction Detour information visit this map or the City's project site for more details.