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Traffic & Public Transportation in 95864 : Real Estate Advice

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Wed Jun 19, 2013
Kevin Ryan answered:
The 38 line can take you to 9th and K. From there you'll need to take the 30 or the 62 the rest of the way.
http://www.sacrt.com/schedules/current/routes/displayroute.asp?routeid=38&View=Go ... more
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Thu Jan 24, 2013
Morgan Larson answered:
Unfortunately, the choices aren't great. I've actually done this once before, and am not sure I'd do it again. There is the Commuter Shuttle Bus that runs from various places in El Dorado County to the Amtrak Train station in Sacramento. Or you can take the city train system from Folsom to the Amtrak Train station in Sac. From there, you take an Amtrak train to Emeryville (or you can get off at a BART station along the way). In Emeryville they'll shuttle you over on a bus to SF.

These options take a while, and were the best I could find at the time.

Anyone else have other suggestions?
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Fri Oct 19, 2012
Steven Ornellas answered:
Hi Shiva_victoria437,

Take 80 to 680: See link below from Google Maps:

http://goo.gl/maps/SJO9T

-Steve
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Tue Apr 3, 2012
Lauren Schenke answered:
Sacramento has a great light rail and bus system. Check out this link for maps and time tables!

http://www.sacrt.com/
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Mon Mar 19, 2012
Anthony Carrillo answered:
Josh,
To answer your question, the commute time from El Dorado Hiils will be approximately 30 - 45mins depending on the traffic at that time. The commute time from Carmichael will be about the same, Again it all depends on the traffic at that time. The good news is that you avoid the peak traffice times which occurrs around 7:30am - 9am and again at 4:30pm - 6pm. If you are looking to reduce your commute time, as gas prices continue to rise, you might want to consider other areas such as River Park, East Sacramento, Glenbrook and possibly Curtis Park or Land Park. They are all very nice areas and your commute time will be reduced significantly. I hope this helps.

Anthony Carrillo
Realtor/Short Sale Specialist
Cook Realty
acarrillo@cookrealty.net
916-833-6266cell
Lic# 01471219
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Sat May 22, 2010
Jim Walker answered:
http://www.calgold.com/calgold/Default.asp?Series=11000&Show=1073

The link is to Huell Howsers breathtakingly exciting, amazingly awesome expose of the Guy West Golden Gate Bridge replica that crosses the American River to bridge pedestrian traffic from Campus Commons housing area to the Sacramento University Campus itself. Golly!

More Guy West Footbridge photos:
http://www.bridgemeister.com/pic.php?pid=759

http://www.flickr.com/photos/80651083@N00/581372797/
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Fri Apr 25, 2008
Erin Stumpf (Attardi) answered:
I am guessing Amtrak (just as in the last question you had asked regarding Livermore) is your best bet - http://www.Amtrak.com.
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Wed Apr 23, 2008
Bert Figone answered:
COME ON THROUGH LAKE CAMANCHE. YOU WONT WANT TO GO BACK TO LIVERMORE
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Mon Feb 9, 2009
Gena Riede answered:
Mie,
Commute these days is always of prime concern when talking about the cost of gas. Depending on where in Placer County depends on how long it will take you to arrive in Sacramento. Typically, if you live in Roseville and traveling during the rush hour, it will take about 30-45 minutes. Interstate 80 is well traveled by those who live in Placer County and working in Sacramento so you won't feel alone. There are some great homes in Roseville and Rocklin as well as Lincoln. ... more
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Sun Oct 28, 2007
Steph Baker answered:
Such an important question! Quality of life, work success and personal activites can be totally affected when you sit in traffic to and from work. I've always found taking transit to be a relaxing trip - let someone else drive while I read the newspaper or space out.

As a regular bus commuter, it's my automatic and natural response that the closer you are to downtown, the better the commute. However, many communities have bus service that is either direct to dntn or to a light rail station. Commuting in the late evenings can be difficult; if you're working nights and weekends, your commute timeline may be affected.

East Sacramento, Land Park, Curtis Park, River Park and South Land Park have direct bus lines. While Hollywood Park has light rail service. These are areas I've commuted to/from and the trips are relaxing and efficient.

If you break down your price range and home specifications (sq ft/yard side/home style & age), it's easier to identify what neighborhood fits your needs. Take a look at sacrt.com for more information.
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Thu Jun 21, 2007
Gena Riede answered:
Yes, Light Rail is continually expanding in the Sacamento area. And we also have e-transportation buses that are electric in Elk Grove which is a City 20 min. south of Downtown Sacramento. ... more
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