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KCRA 3 Sacramento
Commuter groups aim to improve Sacramento light rail safetyHoping to break a perception of danger on Sacramento's light rail, Regional Tra
Commuter groups aim to improve Sacramento light rail safety
KCRA 3 Sacramento / Posted 6 days ago
Hoping to break a perception of danger on Sacramento's light rail, Regional Transit and the Sacramento Police Department are unveiling a new program called Rider Watch. The pilot program is being tested on the Blue Line, which was recently expanded... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Transit advocates, riders celebrate light rail south line openingSacramento Regional Transit opened its long-awaited Blue Line light rail extens
Transit advocates, riders celebrate light rail south line opening
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 8 days ago
Sacramento Regional Transit opened its long-awaited Blue Line light rail extension Monday in a festive celebration that included cowbells, streamers shot from cannons, a marching band and speeches. First-day riders, for their part, offered generally... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Beneath city streets lies ... who knows what?It sounds like a line from a horror story. In fact, though, it’s one of the mai
Beneath city streets lies ... who knows what?
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 8 days ago
It sounds like a line from a horror story. In fact, though, it’s one of the main concerns for any civic project in downtown Sacramento that requires digging. A few years ago, when Regional Transit was building a light-rail line on H Street, crews... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Sacramento’s light-rail extension opens Monday with big questionsSacramento Regional Transit’s long-awaited $270 million Blue Line light-rail ex
Sacramento’s light-rail extension opens Monday with big questions
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 11 days ago
Sacramento Regional Transit’s long-awaited $270 million Blue Line light-rail extension to Cosumnes River College starts regular service Monday, carrying with it some big questions. ▪ Will skeptical Elk Grove and south Sacramento County commuters... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
RT riders get a louder sayMake no mistake, the Sacramento Kings and Sacramento Republic FC are looking ou
RT riders get a louder say
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 12 days ago
Make no mistake, the Sacramento Kings and Sacramento Republic FC are looking out for their own best interests. Smoothing the trip for fans to attend their games means more money for the city’s pro basketball and soccer teams. Yet it’s also in the... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Sacramento sports teams try to ‘fix’ transit ahead of downtown arena openingSaying the time is now for better transit, Sacramento’s professional soccer and
Sacramento sports teams try to ‘fix’ transit ahead of downtown arena opening
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 14 days ago
Saying the time is now for better transit, Sacramento’s professional soccer and basketball teams have launched a social media campaign called “Fix My Ride 916” to help and politely push the Sacramento Regional Transit District to improve its service,... Read more
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FOX40 Sacramento
Regional Transit's Blue Line Extension Set to Open in a Few WeeksSACRAMENTO — The tracks are ready. Regional Transit’s Blue Line is set to open
Regional Transit's Blue Line Extension Set to Open in a Few Weeks
FOX40 Sacramento / Posted 19 days ago
SACRAMENTO — The tracks are ready. Regional Transit’s Blue Line is set to open in a couple of weeks. The service connects riders all the way from Cosumnes River College to downtown Sacramento. “I think it’s a good idea because the bus ride gets so... Read more
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Sacramento Today
NextEd Selects Interim CEOSACRAMENTO, CA -Brian Bedford, the business dean at Cosumnes River College has
NextEd Selects Interim CEO
Sacramento Today / Posted 20 days ago
SACRAMENTO, CA -Brian Bedford, the business dean at Cosumnes River College has been named the new interim CEO of NextEd, the workforce development and education affiliate of the Sacramento Metro Chamber. Bedford, a Sacramento native whose resume... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Sacramento, Elk Grove to launch ‘Rider Watch’ program on new light-rail lineIn hopes of encouraging reluctant south county commuters to try the new light-r
Sacramento, Elk Grove to launch ‘Rider Watch’ program on new light-rail line
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 21 days ago
In hopes of encouraging reluctant south county commuters to try the new light-rail line to downtown, transit officials say they plan to launch an experimental “Rider Watch” program on the trains, similar to a neighborhood crime watch. The program,... Read more
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Rocklin & Roseville Today
Roseville Company Begins Apartment Community ProjectSACRAMENTO - USA Properties Fund Inc. has started construction on The Landing a
Roseville Company Begins Apartment Community Project
Rocklin & Roseville Today / Posted 21 days ago
SACRAMENTO - USA Properties Fund Inc. has started construction on The Landing at College Square, a much-anticipated apartment community near Cosumnes River College, a soon-to-be completed light-rail station and several large shopping centers. The... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Area baseball beat:foot alligator was unexpected guest in dugoutNo one can blame Charlotte (Fla.) Stone Crabs catcher Mike Marjama (Granite Bay
Area baseball beat:foot alligator was unexpected guest in dugout
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 24 days ago
No one can blame Charlotte (Fla.) Stone Crabs catcher Mike Marjama (Granite Bay High School, Sacramento City College) for cautiously inspecting the dugout before taking a seat. The Advanced Class-A affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays had an unexpected... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Republic FC jumps back into heat of USL playRepublic FC coach Paul Buckle walked off the Cosumnes River College pitch on Fr
Republic FC jumps back into heat of USL play
The Sacramento Bee / Posted a month ago
Republic FC coach Paul Buckle walked off the Cosumnes River College pitch on Friday drenched in sweat. For someone who spent most of his life managing teams in the cool environs of England, the steamy Sacramento summer is a new experience. But... Read more
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Pleasanton Weekly
Cooper new director of Las Positas College FoundationKenneth G. Cooper, director of the Cosumnes River College Foundation in Sacrame
Cooper new director of Las Positas College Foundation
Pleasanton Weekly / Posted 1 months ago
Kenneth G. Cooper, director of the Cosumnes River College Foundation in Sacramento for the last eight years, has been named executive director of the Las Positas College Foundation. He succeeds Ted Kaye, who has retired. Cooper was hired by the... Read more

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