The State Hornet

Students observe Bike to Sacramento State Day

Peak Adventures bike shop manager Rad Beauton describes the services offed at the Peak Adventures bike shop during Bike to Sac State Day on Wednesday, May 6, 2015 at the Plaza near the Guy West Bridge.

Jessica Mangili |@jessica_mangili

May 6, 2015

Students took to their bikes to help celebrate Bike to Sacramento State Day, hosted by University Transportation and Parking Services on Wednesday in the plaza near the Guy West Bridge.UTAPS allowed students to log their miles at their booth. Students who pledge to ride at least 50 miles in May will rec...

Sacramento State’s 5k Fun Run, Fix50 project will affect commuters

State Hornet Staff

May 1, 2014

With Sacramento State’s 5K Fun Run expected to attract 1,000 runners Thursday, campus police are working with race volunteers to manage traffic.Stadium Drive, the road running east of Hornet Stadium to the Well and College Town Drive, will be closed from 5:30 to 7 p.m., said 5K Race Manager Jason ...

Second phase of Fix 50 will affect traffic near campus

State Hornet Staff

April 30, 2014

While the opening weeks of the Caltrans Fix 50 highway project created minimal seven to 10 minute delays, Sacramento State students are cautioned to prepare during Phase 2 construction.Starting May 7, Caltrans intends to close Hornet Drive from Folsom Boulevard as part of an advertised path for Eastbound ...

Road maintenance project will delay commuters later this month

The W/X Viaduct stretch of Highway 50 will be under construction from April 22 to May 21.

State Hornet Staff

April 8, 2014

Sacramento State commuters could be delayed for more than 30 minutes a day for the rest of the spring semester, starting in less than two weeks.Under the project name Fix50, Caltrans has scheduled four phases of traffic-interfering repairs to U.S. Highway 50 between 18th and 24th streets, starting April ...

Bike-free zones, lanes considered

State Hornet Staff

April 2, 2014

Major changes to a Sacramento State policy on bikes, skateboards and other wheeled transportation could be implemented next fall.Sac State Vice President for Administration and Chief Financial Officer Mike Lee is preparing to lead a preliminary discussion on designating a bike-free zone, with various ...

President Alexander Gonzalez announces more new faculty, campus improvements

Sacramento State President Alexander Gonzalez gives his bi-annual address in the University Union Ballroom Thursday.

Cesar Alexander

January 23, 2014

Sacramento State President Alexander Gonzalez presented his 2014 spring address Thursday, addressing the goals and accomplishments the university has for the semester.Gonzalez announced 33,000 students applied for the fall, which is close to an all-time high and is positive news for school revenue.In rela...

UTAPS uses summer to save money by closing structures

Sean Keister

May 11, 2011

For the third year in a row, University Transportation and Parking Services will save approximately $50,000 on energy costs during the off-peak period this summer by closing several parking facilities at Sacramento State.From May 27 to Aug. 22, Parking Structures II, III and IV will be closed, in additi...