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Sacramento Regional Transit Real-time Bus Tracker Available

Sacramento Regional Transit Real-time Bus Tracker Available

You can track where your Sacramento RT bus is in real-time with a new bus tracker service. There are online maps that use GPS to pinpoint bus locations and then can email or text you with updates for your route. If needed you can use the information to best plan for any potential delays.

Light rail is not yet offered.You can call (916) 321-2877 or www.sacrt.com for more.

News10 Car Seat Safety Check

News10 Car Seat Safety Check

The CHP says 80 percent of the time car seats are not used or installed properly.

Saturday April 28th News10 will have a free car seat safety check from 9am to noon at the IKEA in West Sacramento from 9 to noon.

Saturday 4/28

9-noon

IKEA

West Sacramento

CA has a new booster seat law in effect that required all kids up to age 8 or unless 4'9.

Doyle Drive in SF will close April 27th

Doyle Drive in SF will close April 27th

In the Presidio area, Doyle Drive will completely close Friday April 27th from 8pm until Monday 5am. The project will divert traffic onto a seismically sound bypass..

Overnight in April there have been some lane closures getting ready for this

http://www.presidioparkway.org/project_docs/files/apr2012_nightworklanec...

 

 

Bay Bridge Closure Coming Friday 2/17 8pm

Bay Bridge Closure Coming Friday 2/17 8pm

Friday 2/17 at 8pm Caltrans says the upper or westbound section of the Bay Bridge will close through Tuesday 2/21 at 5am for construction.

Other options include the Golden Gate Bridge and BART trains.

The eastbound deck will remain open.

The final project is expected to be complete Labor Day 2013. It began in 2002 and will include a pedestrian walkway and a new side by side westbound approach towards the City.

baybridgeinfo.org

Healthy Holiday Travel Tips

Healthy Holiday Travel Tips

By Dr. Bruce Kaler, U.S. HealthWorks

Here are some tips to make sure you reach your destination this holiday season without contracting a nasty cold or the flu.

Get a flu vaccine as soon as possible: The current vaccine is widely available in almost all communities. It takes a minimum of two weeks to develop any immunity after receiving the flu shot. Although this requires acting soon and planning ahead, it is the absolute most important factor.

Get adequate rest the night before travel: Having seven to eight hours of restorative sleep will give you a fighting chance of resisting whatever exposure you get when traveling. Travel days are usually long and hectic.