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Capital SouthEast Connector Newsletter
October 2016
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Sacramento County Voters to Weigh in on Measure B Transportation Funding Program

Sacramento County voters on November 8 will decide if the countywide sales tax should be increased by a half cent to fund a variety of transportation needs and projects.  If approved, Measure B would raise approximately $120 million annually for road and transit maintenance throughout Sacramento County, and for capital projects including the Connector expressway.

Measure B provides $125.26 million toward construction of the Connector's first phase, which includes expanding the entire 34-mile alignment to four lanes, improving intersections at major access points, and building an off-road pathway for bicyclists and pedestrians.

Measure B has been endorsed by The Sacramento Bee, Sacramento Business Journal and numerous other organizations and elected officials.  More information can be found on the the Sacramento Transportation Authority website.
Connector JPA Board Meets October 28
The next Connector JPA Board meeting will be held on Friday, Oct. 28, at 8:30 a.m. at the Rancho Cordova City Council Chambers, 2729 Prospect Park Drive, Rancho Cordova.  The meeting agenda and related materials when finalized will be available on the Connector project website.
Information on Rancho Cordova Project Segment Added to Connector Website
Information on the 7.4-mile Connector "D2" segment on Grant Line Road between Highway 16 (Jackson Highway) and White Rock Road has been added to the Connector website.  The Connector JPA is working with Sacramento County, Rancho Cordova and Caltrans on preliminary engineering and environmental analysis related to widening that alignment from two lanes to four lanes.  
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