• Sacramento County Board of Supervisors Approves Connector General Plan Amendment

    Mather, Calif., May 29, 2014 –The Sacramento County Board of Supervisors has approved a Sacramento County General Plan amendment that supports implementation of the voter-approved Capital SouthEast Connector. The action was taken at its Wednesday, May 28,

    Sacramento County Board of Supervisors Approves Connector General Plan Amendment
  • 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
  • Video: White Rock Ribbon Cutting

    The White Rock road section of the Connector was a major milestone for the project. Local elected officials from Rancho Cordova, Folsom and Sacramento County gathered to celebrate the significance the project held for reducing congestion and creating jobs.

    Video: White Rock Ribbon Cutting

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Even with regional smart growth initiatives, 80% of our future travel will be by car.
(MTP 2035, sacog.org)

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