Old Sacramento is located along the east bank of the Sacramento River between the Tower Bridge and I Street Bridge, and easily accessible from Interstate 5. It is walking distance from the California State Capitol, Raley Field in West Sacramento (Home of the Triple-A River Cats), the Crocker Art Museum and the American River Parkway at Discovery Park.
Whether you are moving east and west from the Pacific to the Sierra Nevadas, or north and south from Southern California to the Pacific Northwest, Old Sacramento is a convenient stop for an hour or a weekend.
Major construction is scheduled on a section of U.S. Highway 50 between 18th and 24th Streets, known as the W/X Viaduct. The roadbed, which was built in 1968, needs to be completely resurfaced in order to enhance safety, reduce recurring maintenance costs, and increase the life of the concrete decks.
- Eastbound U.S. Highway 50: April 22 – May 21
• Phase 1: April 22 thru May 6
• Phase 2: May 7 thru May 21
- Westbound U.S. Highway 50: May 27 – June 25
• Phase 1: May 27 thru Jun 10
• Phase 2: June 11 thru June 25