• Multiple Jurisdictions working together to pursue the Connector Project
  • Capital Connections Video

    JPA Executive Director Tom Zlotkowski, Folsom City Council Member Steve Miklos and VSP Global’s Steve Hibbs highlight the need for the Connector and what’s needed to move it forward.

    Capital Connections Video
  • Announcing JPA’s new Contractors Corner page!

    Click here to access Contractors Corner and important project documents

    Announcing JPA’s new Contractors Corner page!
  • Video: The Road to 25,000 Jobs

    The Capital SouthEast Connector truly is the road to 25,000 jobs. Study describes the economic impact of constructing the Capital SouthEast Connector (hereafter “Connector”). The Connector, a stretch of 35 mile multi-lane road way, when built, would connect the communities

    Video: The Road to 25,000 Jobs
  • Video: Reducing Congested VMT

    The Connector will reduce congested vehicle miles traveled. The average commuter spend 40 minutes a day in the car, but the Connector will help reduce regional traffic and enhance good movement by creating a 35 mile bypass between Elk Grove, Rancho Cordova, Sacramento

    Video:  Reducing Congested VMT

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Capital Southeast Connector called vital By Roberta Long SACRAMENTO — A … Read

Did You Know?

Between 2008 and 2035, the Sacramento region will spend $35.2 billion in federal, state and local funds on transportation.
(sacog.org)

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