2020 was transformational for transportation and this Streetsblog had a fascinating take on how unimaginable it was, pointing out how many cities pivoted with Slow Streets and creative ways of distancing. Sacramento was unfortunately one of the “others” that is still planning how to do Slow Streets, but thanks to advocacy by WalkSacramento and SABA you can now apply for a Slow Active Street near you. A plus is the priority for park poor and Environmental Justice Areas.
The best way to be more proactive to make our streets better for people (and more parklike) is to get involved in the plan! Attend the Sacramento County Active Transportation Plan South Sac Pop Up this Wednesday Jan 14 and share your ideas for better walking and biking! Register in advance!