On Thursday, the two cities will host a workshop for a feasibility study for the project. That’s a preliminary step toward eventually creating a comprehensive plan that would rely on local, state and federal money for construction.
Jason McCoy, a senior transportation planner with West Sacramento, said the feasibility study takes several issues into account. Among them is where the bridge lands on both sides of the river, its configuration spanning the river, data on potential usage and more.
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