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Weather Shuts Down Roads And Outdoor Concerts

May 20, 2016

CHP is requiring chains on I-80 between Donner Lake Rd. to Nyack and Eastbound 1-80 at Drum Forebay is closed due to heavy snow and multiple accidents. Downtown Sacramento's Concert in the Park was cancelled due to the weather.


Roadside Distractions

Two Coasts, Two Cities, Two Signs: The Story Behind The ‘Ocean City MD 3073’ Sign

May 6, 2016 | Melody Stone

A normal-looking mileage sign along the freeway in West Sacramento causes motorists to take a second glance. Placerville, South Lake Tahoe and Ocean City Maryland? What’s that all about? We tracked down the man responsible for the sign.

Bob Moffitt / Capital Public Radio

Expect Traffic Delays Getting To The Airport This Week

April 18, 2016 | Bob Moffitt

Road construction on Interstate 5 this week will likely cause delays for people going to Sacramento International Airport.

Vision Zero Plan Aims To Eliminate Traffic Deaths

March 14, 2016 | Steve Milne

The Sacramento City Council Tuesday night will consider a Vision Zero plan to eliminate traffic deaths. Statistics show between 2010 and 2014 130 people died in traffic incidents in Sacramento, including 48 pedestrians and 13 bicyclists.

CHP Officer Struck And Killed While Investigating A Collision

March 14, 2016

CHP Officer Nathan Taylor died Sunday night after being struck by a motorist. The incident happened Saturday while Taylor was outside of his patrol vehicle, directing traffic on I-80 westbound, West of Castle Peak in the Truckee area.

New North Sacramento Bridge To Open Traffic Between Dry Creek And Raley Blvd.

February 25, 2016 | Bob Moffitt

The opening of a new bridge will help make some north Sacramento neighborhoods a little quieter.

David J. Phillip / AP photo

Insight With Beth Ruyak

Super Bowl 50 Impact On Bay Area Travel

February 3, 2016

San Francisco and NFL officials have plans to deal with crush of people descending on the area for the Superbowl this weekend, but how much will that ease the congestion? Michael Cabanatuan from the San Francisco Chronicle to discuss traffic.

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