Mark Lonergan with Regional Transit says the lane is a first of its kind in the area. The two-mile stretch that travels over Highway 50 toward La Riviera Drive will allow two buses to travel on a single lane in opposite directions through one of the most congested areas of the county.
The CHP says a 23-year-old man from Roseville, and a 29-year-old man from Rio Linda were traveling eastbound on motorcycles at more than 80 mph when they slammed into the SUV, which was westbound and making a left-hand turn.
A stretch of lights went out in December forcing commuters to walk in the dark. He says he’s talked to light-rail workers since then.
Light rail commuters in the Sacramento area were delayed getting to work this morning after a train stalled.
The Sacramento County Department of Transportation added new ramps and stoplights at the Watt Avenue-Highway 50 interchange.
One lane of northbound of Watt Avenue near Business 80 was closed on Thursday morning due to a sexual assault investigation.
Witnesses say a woman was traveling at nearly 90 mph in a Jeep Grand Cherokee when she smashed through a wall on Watt Avenue, sending rubble into nearby homes in the 7800 block of Gull Way around 10 a.m. on Wednesday.
A man died early Tuesday morning after falling off a bicycle and being hit by a car, according to the California Highway Patrol.
A sting of a north Sacramento area known for prostitution resulted in 11 men arrested Wednesday for solicitation, the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department said.
It was a grisly crash that took the lives of two when it happened, now CHP confirms a third has died.
Two people are dead and a driver is under arrest after a head-on crash on Watt Avenue early Thursday morning.
A strip of Watt Avenue in North Highlands is known for prostitution, but four young men who went there looking for fun instead reportedly found torture and robbery.