The next time you travel Interstate 80 in Natomas you’ll notice two big changes: a lower speed limit and a higher number of officers looking for offenders.
Officials have lowered the speed limit through the construction zone along Interstate 80 through Natomas from 65 to 55 mph, Caltrans announced Friday.
The Across the Top project added an hour to some drivers’ commutes as five lanes of traffic were reduced to three. Eastbound Interstate 80 splits off at West El Camino Avenue into two sections separated by a concrete barrier.
Beginning Saturday, a 4-mile stretch of Eastbound Interstate 80 from the Sacramento-Yolo County line to West El Camino Avenue will go from three lanes to two. From there, traffic will shift to the three inside lanes until Watt Avenue.
All lanes of I-80 near Rocklin are open after an overnight big rig fire caused a major mess.
The concrete problem on westbound Interstate 80 in Natomas was discovered where a new carpool lane is being added.
The Sacramento County Coroner’s Office has identified the woman and child killed in a crash along westbound Interstate 80 as two Southern California residents.
A car crash and fire choked traffic along westbound Interstate 80 near Reed Avenue Saturday morning.
At about 7:30 p.m. on March 27, a semi-truck with a green cab and white trailers rear-ended the driver’s side of her car on westbound Interstate 80, causing it to spin and flip over. The force threw her onto Interstate 80.
Kenneisha Dale, 22, was killed when a eucalyptus tree fell directly on top of her Toyota Camry as she drove along Interstate 80 near Cherry Glen Road.
We’re waiting to hear back from the city of Vacaville or Solano County about who maintains the property where a tree fell down onto I-80, hitting a car and killing the driver.