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Goods Movement and Traffic Issues In the SACOG Region. The Effects of Congestion on Goods Movement in our Region February 9, 2006 Jason Crow. Development Footprint for the Base Case Scenario (Existing Growth Patterns) in 2050.

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Goods movement and traffic issues in the sacog region
Goods Movementand Traffic Issues In the SACOG Region

The Effects of Congestion on Goods Movement in our Region

February 9, 2006

Jason Crow




The mtp for 2025
The MTP for 2025 Alternative in 2050

Projects that may help address congestion:

Regional Projects

  • UP Third Track from Elvas to Roseville

  • UP Roseville Yard Improvements

  • Placer Parkway

  • Elk Grove – Rancho Cordova – El Dorado Connector

  • Rancho Cordova – South Placer Connector


The mtp for 20251
The MTP for 2025 Alternative in 2050

Projects that may help address congestion:

Placer County

  • I-80 HOV Lanes from Sac. Co. Line to SR 65

  • SR 65 Lincoln Bypass


The mtp for 20252
The MTP for 2025 Alternative in 2050

Projects that may help address congestion:

Sacramento County

  • I-5 HOV Lanes from Pocket Rd to International Airport

  • SR 99 Elverta Rd Interchange

  • I-80 HOV from Longview to I-5

  • US 50 HOV Lanes from Sunrise to Downtown

  • SR 99 Grantline Rd Interchange

  • South Watt Ave Widening

  • Hazel Ave Widening

  • Sunrise Blvd Widening

  • US 50 Watt Ave Interchange

  • US 50 International Dr Extension & Interchange


The mtp for 20253
The MTP for 2025 Alternative in 2050

Projects that may help address congestion:

Yolo County

  • I-5/SR 113 Interchange

  • I-80/US 50 HOV Lanes from Davis to West Sacramento

  • US 50 Harbor Blvd Interchange

  • I-80 Enterprise Blvd Interchange

  • I-80 Reed Ave Interchange


The mtp for 20254
The MTP for 2025 Alternative in 2050

Projects that may help address congestion:

Yuba and Sutter Counties

  • SR 65 Third Feather River Bridge

  • SR 65 Wheatland Bypass

  • SR 70 Widening (Sutter & Yuba Counties)

  • SR 99 Riego Rd Interchange

  • SR 70 Marysville Operational Improvements


Freight movements
Freight Movements Alternative in 2050

Some freight moves through the region, mainly by way of:

  • I-5

  • I-80

  • Union Pacific Railroad

  • Air Cargo


Through freight congestion points
Through Freight Congestion Points Alternative in 2050

Congestion affects through freight at these points:

  • I-5 through Downtown

  • I-80 through Natomas & Roseville

  • UPRR from Sacramento to Roseville and at the Roseville Yard


Freight entering exiting the region
Freight Entering & Exiting the Region Alternative in 2050

Some freight enters or exits the region via:

  • US 50

  • I-5

  • I-80

  • SR 70

  • SR 99

  • Capital City Freeway


Freight bottlenecks
Freight Bottlenecks Alternative in 2050

Congestion affects freight into/out of the region on:

  • I-5 Downtown Sacramento

  • I-80 Natomas & Roseville

  • US 50 East Sacramento & Rancho Cordova

  • SR 99 South Sacramento

  • SR 70 Marysville

  • Capital City Freeway


Freight moving within the region
Freight Moving Within the Region Alternative in 2050

The majority of freight moves within the region using:

  • Arterials

  • As well as Freeways


Freight bottlenecks1
Freight Bottlenecks Alternative in 2050

Congestion affects freight moving within the region on:

  • All congested freeway locations

  • Sunrise Boulevard

  • Watt Avenue (North & South)

  • Hazel Avenue

  • Howe Avenue/Power Inn Road

  • State Route 65 (Lincoln)


Future freeway congestion
Future Freeway Congestion Alternative in 2050

Freeway congestion in the future worsens on:

  • I-5 Florin to I-80

  • I-80 from I-5 to Roseville

  • US 50 from I-5 to Folsom

  • SR 99 Elk Grove to Downtown

  • Capital City Freeway (All)


Arterial congestion
Arterial Congestion Alternative in 2050

Congestion on arterials will also worsen in the future on:

  • Watt Avenue (All)

  • Sunrise Boulevard

  • Hazel Avenue

  • Folsom Boulevard

  • Folsom-Auburn Road


More arterial congestion
More Arterial Congestion Alternative in 2050

Congestion on arterials will also worsen in the future on:

  • Grantline Road

  • Bradshaw Road

  • Douglas Boulevard

  • 65th Street

  • Various facilities in West Sacramento,

  • Yuba City & Marysville


Impacts of congestion
Impacts of Congestion Alternative in 2050

  • Congestion reduces accessibility to job choices by auto

  • The spread of jobs to suburban locations slightly diminishes public transit accessibility to job choices

  • Reduced accessibility from congestion hurts businesses by –

  • Reducing potential customers

  • Hampering truck deliveries

  • Shrinking the labor market


Locating freight facilities
Locating Freight Facilities Alternative in 2050

  • It will be critical to encourage businesses that depend on moving freight to locate in accessible places.

  • It will be critical to locate freight distribution facilities in places with excellent access.

  • Congestion may be “containable”, but will not go away.


Land use impacts
Land Use Impacts Alternative in 2050

  • Studies in Portland, Oregon show that jobs move to the urban edge faster if access to the central business district is choked off by congestion.

  • The Blueprint expects to have some effect at changing this trend, but still anticipates substantial new growth outside the urban core.


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