Help Shape the Future of I-80 Express Lanes Project

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Woodland, Calif. (Nov 14, 2023): The Yolo Transportation District (YoloTD) and Caltrans District 3 are pleased to announce a significant step forward in the development of the Interstate 80 Express Lanes Project, a $465 million freeway expansion project aimed at improving transportation infrastructure in the Sacramento-Yolo metropolitan area. The Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) is now released and available for public review and comment.

The DEIR represents a comprehensive assessment of the project’s potential environmental impacts, and YoloTD invites the public to provide valuable input and insights to help shape the project’s future. The DEIR is available for public viewing at:

How to Provide Public Input:

Community members, stakeholders, and interested parties are encouraged to participate in the public comment process by visiting our online survey at This is an opportunity to share thoughts, concerns, and recommendations related to the project. Community input is essential in ensuring that all aspects impacting Yolo residents are thoroughly considered.

Public Meeting Details:

In addition to the online survey, several public meetings are scheduled to provide further information about the project and to gather your valuable input. Join us on the following dates:

  • November 28, 2023 | 5:30-7:30 p.m. – Public Meeting
    West Sacramento Community Center – 1075 W Capitol Ave, West Sacramento, CA 95691
  • December 11, 2023 | 6:00 p.m. – YoloTD Board of Directors Meeting
    YoloTD Office – 350 Industrial Way, Woodland, CA 95776
  • December 13, 2023 | 5:30-7:30 p.m. – Public Meeting
    Mary L. Stephens Davis Library – 315 E 14th St, Davis, CA 95616

We look forward to engaging with you in person and hearing your perspectives.

“YoloTD and Caltrans are committed to creating transportation solutions that benefit our community, and your input is critical to our success,” said Autumn Bernstein, Executive Director of YoloTD. “We invite everyone to take part in this process and help shape the future of transportation in the Sacramento-Yolo region.”

The Yolo-80 Managed Lanes Project, located on the west side of the Sacramento-Yolo metro area, is poised to create an additional travel lane within the existing median, improving mobility, connectivity, and transportation options for the community. With approximately 17 miles of tolled express lanes, extending from the Yolo/Solano County line through to West El Camino Avenue on I-80, and connecting to I-5 on US-50 in Sacramento County, this initiative embodies the potential for an improved transportation system.

We encourage you to stay informed about the Interstate 80 Managed Lanes Project by visiting our project website at