FROM THE NEWS-LEDGER — NOV 27, 2013 –
The City of West Sacramento has started work on a new, dedicated bicycle and pedestrian trail.
The Clarksburg Branch Pedestrian and Bike Trail will be improved between South River Road and an access point at Cherokee Road, south of River City High School in Southport. The project will include installation of pavement over an existing trail, with access trails, sidewalk, curb ramps, signage, striping and related improvements.
The project will be done in 30 to 45 days, depending on weather, reports city spokesman Art Schroeder.
You can see the city’s existing and planned bike and pedestrian trail network at this earlier News-Ledger web posting here.
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