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What is Sac Grid 2.0?

The goal of Sacramento Grid 2.0 is to review the current state of the Grid and determine what improvements should be made to the Grid to create an efficient transportation network that accommodates all modes of transportation and meets the City’s vision of economic development and livability in the Central City.

Additional Bike Lanes
One-Way to Two-Way Street Conversions

“Sacramento is at a really critical time in it’s development. We have grown almost in spite of ourselves in many ways and it’s time that we really manage that and grow it tightly.” – Emily Baime Micahels, Executive Director, Midtown Association

“It’s not revolutionary; it’s common sense,” Hansen said. “We’re making the system function more logically.” – Steve Hansen, Sacramento City Council Member

Sac Grid 2.0 Impact on Midtown

The study will consider a wide range of projects and programs to improve circulation and access for all travel modes on the streets in the grid, including the following:

  • Potential conversion of additional one-way streets to two-way operations or from 3 lanes in one direction to 2 lanes in one direction.
  • Completing the bicycle network with additional on-street bike lanes
  • Enhancing the pedestrian network through sidewalk gap closures, design features,etc.
  • Coordinating transit network expansion, including streetcars and light rail
  • Improving bus operations, including designation of transit priority streets, potentially with some exclusive bus lanes
  • Managing travel and parking demand

Draft Preferred Transportation Network

Click to view the draft preferred transportation network and provide your comments through December 10th via





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The Midtown Association and 16 Powerhouse partnered on a dumpster art-wrap project to inspire other Midtown properties and businesses to activate their alleyways.

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Midtown Association Hosted Events


September 15, 2015

Sac Grid 2.0 Alley Activation Meeting

Insight Coffee

June 16, 2015

J Street Lane Reduction

Midtown Association Offices



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