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At A Glance

  • Client

    Sacramento Regional Transit District
  • Estimated Value

    $270 Million
  • Location

    Sacramento, California
  • Role

    Prime Construction Manager

Project Description

South Sacramento Corridor Phase 2 extends the existing South Sacramento Corridor Phase I Project from the current terminus at Meadowview Road Station by approximately 4.3 miles to Cosumnes River College.  The alignment runs primarily at-grade, requiring six street crossings along the alignment.  The Project serves as a transportation alternative to Downtown Sacramento commuters.  Its construction was prompted by the increased desire for public transit into the City.  PGH Wong Engineering, Inc., as Prime Construction Manager in a joint venture, provided construction management services for the entirety of the corridor extension which opened for passenger service ahead of schedule in August 2015.

Key Features

  • Located within one of the fastest growing areas of Sacramento County
  • 4.3 miles, 4 stations, and 2,700 park-and-ride spaces for the convenience of daily commuters
  • The Corridor uses existing RT vehicles and operates on 10 minute peak period headways
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