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bing101:
https://www.kcra.com/article/sacramento-davis-causeway-proposed-tollway/45840774#

The I-80 Causeway from West Sacramento to Davis is mentioned in this proposal to be tolled if approved.




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cl94:
These HOT lanes are long overdue. The Yolo Causeway is notoriously congested and it's only going to get worse as Sacramento and the North Bay continue to grow. Sacramento is one of the fastest-growing regions of the country and recent Bay Area growth has been focused in Solano/Contra Costa/Alameda Counties.

Rothman:
HOT lanes are the TSA Pre-Check of the world of highways.  If you pay for it, you can avoid an inconvenience.

bing101:

--- Quote from: cl94 on November 15, 2023, 12:27:50 AM ---
These HOT lanes are long overdue. The Yolo Causeway is notoriously congested and it's only going to get worse as Sacramento and the North Bay continue to grow. Sacramento is one of the fastest-growing regions of the country and recent Bay Area growth has been focused in Solano/Contra Costa/Alameda Counties.

--- End quote ---
True too also consider another one the Yolo Causeway is only 6 lanes wide and it would have to be widened at some point and have the road meet current earthquake standards in the event a 7.x hits fault lines near Sacramento in this case the Green Valley Fault is the closest fault lint to Sacramento.




jdbx:
Hallelujah.  The traffic between Vacaville and Sacramento has been getting worse and worse for the past several decades, and there have been zero improvements in capacity in that time. The multitude of lane drops in that stretch between Dixon and Davis seem to just make things worse.

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