South Sacramento Corridor Phase 2 (Blue Line) – Sacramento Regional Transit District

Sacramento California

Regional Transit selected LAN to provide preliminary engineering and final design for the South Sacramento Corridor Phase 2 (Blue Line) project which extended the light rail service four miles from the existing light rail station at Meadowview Road to a new station at the Cosumnes River College campus. The project included the construction of three light rail stations with a total of 1,000 new parking spaces.

LAN also provided program oversight and coordinated other design contracts associated with the overall corridor program; specifically, structural design elements, and systems design elements. LAN developed boundaries and prepared the plats legal descriptions for all right-of-way, including fee title parcels, permanent easements, and temporary easements. LAN coordinated with agencies in the acquisition of permits, environmental clearances and utility agreements. The project involved coordination with separate design contracts for systems, aerial structures, and stations.

At a glance

1000 New Parking Spaces

4 Miles of Track

2 Park and Ride Facilities


Design services included:

  • Alignment and track
  • Trackside maintenance roads
  • Intersection and roadway improvement
  • Retaining and sound walls
  • Pedestrian bridges
  • Trackside drainage facilities
  • Civil improvements at four stations including landscape/irrigation/site lighting
  • Two park-and-ride facilities
  • Detention basin facilities


Program Management

Transit Centers

Park & Rides



Sacramento Regional Transit District

Related Work

Program Management

Rail and Transit

Rail and Transit