Projects

Traffic Signal Installations 23-01

This project includes various traffic geometries and signal improvements around the Truckee Meadows.

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Post last updated on: September 29, 2022

Mill Street Capacity and Safety

The Mill Street Capacity and Safety project limits are from Kietzke Lane to Terminal Way, approximately 0.75 miles in total length. Proposed improvements include widening Mill Street from Kietzke Lane to the I-580 southbound on-ramp from four to five lanes.  Proposed improvements on Mill Street from the I-580 northbound on-ramp Interchange to Terminal Way include a raised median, widening of the roadway is not included and the existing four travel lanes will be maintained. The project improvements exclude the I-580 interchange which was recently improved with NDOT’s Spaghetti Bowl Xpress (SBX) Project.

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Post last updated on: September 29, 2022

ITS Traffic Management Phase 4

This project includes new fiber optic communication infrastructure to connect traffic signals to the central traffic management center.

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Post last updated on: September 29, 2022

California Avenue at Newlands Terrace Rehabilitation

This project will reconstruct California Avenue from Newlands Circle to Arlington Avenue. Work includes reconstructing the pavement section as well as sidewalk improvements and ADA upgrades.

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Post last updated on: September 29, 2022

4th Street (Greenbrae Drive to Gault Way)

The Project includes reconstruction of 4th Street from Greenbrae Drive to Gault Way in the City of Sparks.  Construction work may include removal and replacement of the roadway structural section, sidewalk and curb and gutter replacement as necessary, correction of localized drainage deficiencies, reconstruction of existing curb ramps, reconstruction of driveways, and other incidentals.

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Post last updated on: September 29, 2022

Traffic Signal Installations 22-01

This project includes design and construction of two new traffic signals one at Mill Street and Telegraph Street and one at the intersection of Wilbur May Parkway and South Meadows Parkway.

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Post last updated on: September 29, 2022

Traffic Signal Modifications 22-01

This project will modify the following existing intersections to improve traffic flow and accommodate growth in vehicle traffic:
Los Altos Parkway & Galleria Parkway, El Rancho Drive & G Street, Clear Acre Lane & McCarran Boulevard, Galletti Way & Battle Born Way.

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Post last updated on: September 29, 2022

Sutro Street and Enterprise Road Rehabilitation

The project includes rehabilitation and reconstruction of the pavement roadway on Sutro Street from 9th Street to Oddie Boulevard and on Enterprise Road from Evans Avenue to Valley Road.

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Post last updated on: September 29, 2022

Arrowcreek Parkway (Rubblestone Drive to S Virginia Street)

The project includes rehabilitation and reconstruction of Arrowcreek Parkway from S. Virginia Street to Rubblestone Drive. Construction work may include removal and replacement of the roadway structural section, sidewalk and curb and gutter replacement as necessary, reconstruction of existing curb ramps, traffic signal improvements, and other incidentals necessary for the rehabilitation and/or reconstruction of the street segment within the project limits.

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Post last updated on: September 29, 2022

Holcomb Avenue Rehabilitation

The Holcomb Avenue Rehabilitation project will reconstruct the asphalt concrete roadway providing a new pavement structural section. Minor concrete work will include replacing deteriorated curb, gutter, and sidewalk within the project limits.

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Post last updated on: September 29, 2022

Lemmon Drive Segment 1 (US 395 to Military Road)

Phase 1 of the Project includes widening of Lemmon Drive from four lanes to six lanes from Sky Vista Parkway/Buck Drive to Military Road, and increase capacity, improve safety, and provide multimodal transportation choices.

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Post last updated on: September 29, 2022

Steamboat Parkway Improvement (Damonte Ranch Pkwy to Veterans Pkwy)

Project will include widening of the intersection of Veterans Parkway and Steamboat Parkway, the widening of Steamboat Parkway from Veterans Parkway to Marketplace Drive, and the reconfiguration at the intersection of Steamboat Parkway and Damonte Ranch Parkway.

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Post last updated on: September 29, 2022

Reno Consolidated 22-01 (Sky Mountain Drive, Sky Valley Drive)

This project will reconstruct Sky Valley Drive from Summit Ridge Drive to the Highland Ditch Crossing and Sky Mountain Drive from the Highland Ditch crossing to Summit Ridge Drive. Construction will include removal and replacement of the roadway structural section, sidewalk and curb and gutter replacement as necessary, correction of  localized drainage deficiencies, reconstruction of existing curb ramps, bus stop improvements, and other incidentals necessary for the reconstruction of the street segments within the Project limits.

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Post last updated on: September 1, 2022

Peckham Lane

Roadway rehabilitation of Peckham Lane from Baker Lane to South Virginia Street. Project to also include sidewalk, curb ramp, and driveway improvements. Signal upgrades at the intersection of Peckham/Baker, and partial upgrades at Virginia/Peckham.

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Post last updated on: September 29, 2022

Traffic Engineering Spot 10 – SOUTH

Project includes new roundabout at the intersection of 4th Street and Woodland Avenue along with geometric changes to 4th Street at Mesa Park. Including the extension of the southbound left turn at the intersection of South Virginia Street and Kietzke Lane.

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Post last updated on: September 29, 2022

LiDAR Living Lab and Implementation

In collaboration with the UNR Center for Applied Research, the project is focused in research and data collection in the Downtown/UNR area of Reno along Virginia Street utilizing new LiDAR sensor technologies.

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Post last updated on: September 29, 2022

Traffic Engineering Spot 10 Project – FUEL TAX

This project includes design and construction of a new traffic signal at the intersection of Veterans Parkway and Long Meadow Drive, traffic signal improvements at Victorian Avenue and 16th Street, and installation of Rapid Rectangular Flashing Beacons (RRFBs) regionwide.

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Post last updated on: September 29, 2022

Bus Stop Improvement and Connectivity Program (ICP) TO2

The program is a multi-year effort to upgrade existing bus stops to comply with state and federal requirements, including the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

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Post last updated on: September 29, 2022

Sky Vista Widening Rehabilitation Project

This project consist of widening from one lane in each direction to two lanes in each direction with a center turn lane and rehabilitation of Sky Vista Parkway from Silver Lake Drive to just east of Vista Knolls Parkway. Project will include street lighting, eight-foot sidewalks and five-foot bike lanes on both sides of the roadway.

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Post last updated on: September 29, 2022

Arlington Avenue Bridges Project

The RTC, in cooperation with the City of Reno, a major stakeholder, and other local agencies, is conducting a feasibility and conceptual alternatives analysis to determine options for the rehabilitation or replacement of the two Arlington Avenue Bridges at the Truckee River.

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Post last updated on: September 29, 2022

Traffic Signal Timing 6 Project

The Signal Timing 6 project is the start of the new three-year signal timing cycle. Signals completed under signal timing 5 will be re-evaluated, and re-timed to accommodate the changes in traffic demands. The goal of the project is to continue the re-timing of 1/3 of the signals each year, and to expand signal timing plans to include weekends, holidays and special event plans if possible.

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Post last updated on: September 29, 2022

Reno Consolidated 20-01 – Mayberry Drive, California Avenue, First Street

Construction work may include removal and replacement of the roadway structural section, mill and fill, sidewalk and curb and gutter replacement as necessary, correction of localized drainage deficiencies, reconstruction of existing curb ramps, reconstruction of driveways, and other incidentals necessary for the rehabilitation and/or reconstruction of the street segments within the Project limits.

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Post last updated on: September 29, 2022

Center Street Multimodal Improvements Project

Project includes design and construction of a two-way cycle track on Center Street from Moran Street to 9th Street. Traffic Signal update, modification, and replacement along the corridor. ADA improvements including pedestrian ramps. Corrective pavement from First Street to Ninth Street. Sidewalk replacement from Fifth Street to Ninth Street.

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Post last updated on: September 29, 2022

Pyramid Highway / US 395 Connection Project

The Pyramid Highway/US 395 Connection Study is an environmental and engineering study being conducted by the Regional Transportation Commission (RTC) of Washoe County on behalf of the Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) and in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). This study is evaluating alternatives to relieve traffic congestion on the Pyramid Highway and provide improved east/west community connectivity from Pyramid to U.S. 395 and east to Vista Boulevard. Alternatives were developed and evaluated to provide for existing traffic and anticipated future growth through the year 2035.

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Post last updated on: September 29, 2022

Truckee River Shared Use Path Project

This project consists of studying and developing alternatives for the continuation of the Truckee River Shared Use Path within an approximately 2,400-foot-long segment in the southern portion of the Truckee River from John Champion Memorial Park to the east side of the US 395/IR580 overpass in Reno, Nevada.

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Post last updated on: September 29, 2022

Mill Street Complete Street

The emphasis of this project is to develop various complete street improvements along Mill Street from 1-580 to McCarran Boulevard, as identified in the RTC Complete Streets Masterplan completed in July 2016 and the Mill Terminal Corridor Study completed in March 2013.

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Post last updated on: September 1, 2022

Oddie / Wells Corridor Multi-Modal Improvements Project

This project consists of studying and developing alternatives for the Oddie/Wells Corridor based on the findings shown in the Corridor Study performed and approved in 2013 by the RTC. This is a Complete Streets project that includes safety improvements to several modes of transportation such as sidewalks, bike lanes, comfortable and accessible public transportation stops, frequent and safe crossing opportunities, median islands, accessible pedestrian signals, curb extensions, narrower travel lanes, and more.

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Post last updated on: September 29, 2022