The Sacramento Intermodal Transportation Facility will be developed in three phases over the course of the next 10 years. The project site will be used for passenger and freight rail service and ultimately will serve as the intermodal hub for Amtrak train and bus service, Sacramento Regional Transit, Capitol Corridor, Sacramento Railyards trolley, regional bike trail and pedestrian connections, and ultimately will also become the location of the California High Speed Rail station in Sacramento. This first phase encompasses approximately 33 acres of the total 240-acre brownfield site. The project will improve the rail capacity and reliability, for both passenger and freight systems, by reconfiguring and relocating the mainline and platform tracks through the site. TranSystems served the City of Sacramento as prime consultant and performed all civil, rail, structural, architectural, mechanical, electrical, and fire protection design services using in-house transit architects and engineers. TranSystems is providing construction administration services and handling all construction phase coordination with FRA, UPRR, Amtrak, Capitol Corridor, Caltrans Division of Rail, SRT, and the State of California Railway Museum on all items requiring unanimous consensus review and approval.