How would access to and from key places change in each Alternative?

An isochrone map shows which areas you can access in a given amount of time, from a specific location.

Each of the following maps shows two overlapping isochrones: where you could access using the existing network, and where you could access using the Alternative network. In these maps you will see a dot at the starting location.

Around this starting point are blobs of color, which show where a person could be, in the noted amount of time, by some combination of walking and riding transit. The three colors on the map mean:

Blue: Areas that would become accessible in the Alternative but are not accessible in the existing network.

Red: Areas that are accessible in the existing network but would no longer be accessible in the Alternative.

Purple: Areas that are accessible in the existing network and would remain accessible in the Alternative.

Illustrations are available for the following locations:

Illustrations are available for the following locations:

44th and Lemon Hill

71st and 21st

Capitol Building

Center and Mack

College Oak and Myrtle (American River College)

Cosumnes River College

Fulton and Marconi

Howe and Hurley

Louis and Orlando

Manzanita and Fair Oaks

Northgate and San Juan

Rio Linda and Grand

Sacramento State Transit Center

Stockton and Broadway

Sunrise and Greenback

Truxel and Del Paso

Walerga and Elk Horn

White Rock and International

Windbridge and Rush River