Landmarks[edit | edit source]
The known landmarks in Sacramento are the Sacramento River, the Tower Bridge, the Capital Square, the Courthouse and Federal Building, and the Wells Fargo Center.
Features[edit | edit source]
Connections[edit | edit source]
The city is located on the intersection of the and the . I-5 runs to Stockton and Los Angeles to the south and Redding and Oregon to the north. I-80 runs to Oakland and San Francisco to the southwest and Truckee and Reno, Nevada to the northeast.
In addition, the runs from I-80 west of Sacramento to San Rafael.
History[edit | edit source]
In update 1.32, the diamond interchange of Interstate 80 and Reed Avenue was changed to a folded diamond interchange, and the cloverleaf interchange of Interstate 5 and Interstate 80 was changed to a cloverstack interchange.