South Sacramento Corridor Rail Transit

S. Sacramento Corridor Rail Transit - Phase 2ADKO Engineering teamed with Lockwood Andrews & Newman as a sub-consultant to provide Preliminary Engineering, and Design (PS&E) of Deer Lake Drive and Valley Green Pedestrian Bridges including Sound Walls, Transparent Walls and Retaining Walls for South Sacramento Phase 2 project. The South Corridor is approximately 4.80 miles and connects Meadowview Station with Consumes River College. The corridor is planned as a Light Rail Transit corridor. The 20,000 feet masonry block will meet the noise requirements level. The environmental study noise level requirements dictated the use of sound walls next to adjacent communities. The 8,000 feet retaining walls were required to minimize the right of way requirements.

The two pedestrian bridges that are part of this corridor include Deer Lake Drive pedestrian Bridge and Valley Green Pedestrian Bridge.

ADKO Engineering provided Preliminary Engineering and Design of Deer Lake Drive and Valley Green Pedestrian Bridges. ADKO’s portion of the project included sound walls, transparent walls and retaining walls for this South Sacramento Phase 2 project.

The South Corridor is approximately 4.80 miles and connects Meadowview Station with Consumes River College. The corridor is planned as a Light Rail Transit corridor. The 20,000 feet masonry block will meet the noise requirements level. The environmental study noise level requirements dictated the use of sound walls next to adjacent communities. The 8,000 feet retaining walls were required to minimize the right of way requirements.

The two Pedestrian Bridges in this corridor, Deer Lake Drive Bridge and Valley Green Bridge, consist of structural steel single span bridges that convey the 100 year design flow for Union House Creek and provide access for pedestrians to Franklin Blvd and Center Parkway Stations from adjacent communities. The pedestrian bridges are 10’-0”wide and supported on seat type abutments.
South Sacramento Corridor Phase 2 Aerial Map - ADKO Engineering

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