Projects

Virginia Street Bus RAPID Transit Extension Project

This project addresses critical transportation needs including improving transit connectivity, efficiency, and timeliness through connecting RAPID to the University of Nevada, Reno (UNR), improving safety for all modes, correcting ADA sidewalk deficiencies, and improving traffic operations. No sidewalks exist in many sections of the corridor, and in other areas, sidewalks are in poor condition, which forms a barrier to transit stop access. The corridor contains numerous vacant or underutilized buildings and lots. Improved transit service and walkability will encourage implementation of Transit Oriented Development (TOD) and redevelopment district goals.

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Post last updated on: August 31, 2020

Sparks Boulevard Project

The project will increase safety, add roadway capacity, and improve bicycle and pedestrian facilities by widening Sparks Boulevard between Greg Street and Baring Boulevard.

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Post last updated on: August 31, 2020

Reno Consolidated 21-01 – Armstrong Lane, Yuma Lane, Lund Lane

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: August 31, 2020

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: August 31, 2020

Sparks Consolidated 21-01 – Packer Way and Wild Island Court

The Sparks Consolidated 21-01 project consists of the scoping, design, and rehabilitation of Packer Way from Glendale Avenue to the Cul de Sac and Wild Island Court from Lincoln Way to the Cul de Sac in the City of Sparks.

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Post last updated on: August 31, 2020

2020 Preventive Maintenance Program

The work will include pavement patching, crack sealing and micro surfacing of approximately 200 lane miles of RTP roadways within Reno, Sparks, and Washoe County. Also included within the scope of work are striping design services for road modifications to provide operational, and safety improvements.

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Post last updated on: August 31, 2020

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. The bridges, roadway and Wingfield Park, which they access, are owned by the City of Reno.

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Post last updated on: August 31, 2020

Golden Valley Road Rehabilitation

This project will rehabilitate Golden Valley Road from Yorkshire Drive to North Virginia Street. The project will include roadway reconstruction, sidewalk, curb and gutter replacement as necessary, correction of localized drainage deficiencies, and other incidentals necessary for the rehabilitation of the street.

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Post last updated on: August 31, 2020

Greg Street Overlay

The project will rehabilitate Greg Street from McCarran Boulevard to the railroad tracks. The Project will mill and overlay the roadway, construct new sidewalk, replace curb and gutter, modify existing pedestrian ramps for ADA compliance, and other incidentals necessary for the rehabilitation of the street within the project limits.

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Post last updated on: August 31, 2020

Prater Way Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation and/or reconstruction of Prater Way from Howard Drive to Sparks Blvd. 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, replacement of sanitary sewer infrastructure, and other incidentals necessary for the rehabilitation and/or reconstruction of the street within the Project limits.

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Post last updated on: August 31, 2020

Kuenzli Street Conversion

The project includes the re-striping and conversion of Kuenzli Street from the current one-way configuration, to a two-way street. The work is part of the pavement maintenance program.

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Post last updated on: August 31, 2020

Lakeside Drive Rehabilitation

The project limits are from Evans Creek Drive north to McCarran Boulevard. Construction will consist of roadway reconstruction, curb/gutter and sidewalk repairs, ADA compliant driveway access, re-stripe roadway for parking and bike lanes on both sides of the roadway, and pedestrian crossing signage.

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Post last updated on: August 31, 2020

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 to re-timing of a 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: August 31, 2020

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: August 31, 2020

Traffic Engineering Spot 9 Project – Package 1

Construction work will include striping modification at Pyramid Way and York Way. Installation of new traffic signal at Sharlands Avenue and Mae Anne Avenue.
Investigation of improvements for southbound Vista Boulevard and Baring Boulevard. Installation of Battery Backup Systems (BBS) along Sun Valley Boulevard. Seven signalized intersections.

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Post last updated on: August 31, 2020

ITS Phase 3

Construction work will include installation of fiber optic communication along Rock Boulevard, Road Weather Information System (RWIS) in northwest Reno, and installation of Performance Package up to 20 Gridsmart cameras to allow detection of pedestrian and bicycles. New fiber interconnect on Lake St. from 1st to 2nd and on Lemmon Dr. from N. Virginia to US 395 southbound on-ramp.

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Post last updated on: August 31, 2020

ITS Phase 2B

This project will expand communication to outlying signal systems. Including Baring Boulevard, Sparks Boulevard, Disc Drive, and Vista Boulevard. Tying traffic signals into existing NDOT fiber optic lines on I-80 at Robb Drive and McCarran Boulevard; South Meadows Parkway and Damonte Ranch Parkway at I-580.

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Post last updated on: August 31, 2020

North Valleys Improvements Project

This project includes constructing some of the needed improvements identified in the North Valleys Corridor study. These include both pedestrian safety and intersection efficiency improvement. This project has been separated into multiple packages to deliver the improvements most quickly.

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Post last updated on: August 31, 2020

Traffic Engineering Spot 8 Project – Package 1

Package 1 includes: new traffic signal at the intersection of Evans Avenue and Enterprise Road. Flashing Yellow Arrow at: Keystone Avenue and 7th Street, Lincoln Way and Marina Gateway Drive, McCarran Boulevard and Neil Road, Mill Street and Kirman Avenue. Battery backup system at: Mae Anne Avenue at Coit Plaza, Oddie Boulevard and I-580 (both sides of freeway), Wells Avenue and I-80 (both sides of freeway), Wells Avenue and 6th Street.

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Post last updated on: August 31, 2020

Lemmon Drive Capacity

The project includes widening Lemmon Drive from US 395 to Military Road from four lanes to six lanes (Segment #01) and widening Lemmon Drive from Fleetwood Drive to Chickadee Drive from two lanes to four lanes (Segment #02).

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Post last updated on: August 31, 2020

Traffic Engineering Spot 9 – Package 2

Package 2 includes new traffic signal at the intersection of Rock Boulevard and Edison Way.
Traffic Signal Cabinet and equipment upgrades at various locations throughout Reno and Incline Village.
Traffic Intersection Control Evaluation at the intersection of W 4th Street / Mesa Park Road.

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Post last updated on: August 31, 2020

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 of Washoe County (RTC) 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: August 31, 2020

Reno Consolidated 19-01 – Sutro Street, 1st Street, Lake Street, & State Street

Construction work may include removal and replacement of the roadway structural section, mill and fill, sidewalk, curb and replacement as necessary, correction of localized drainage deficiencies, reconstruction of existing handicapped ramps, reconstruction of driveways, traffic signal improvements at the Sutro/McCarran and 1st/Lake intersections, 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: August 31, 2020

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: August 31, 2020

Mill Street Complete Street

The emphasis of this project is to assess and identify improvements for pedestrians, bicyclists, and transit riders as well as motorists and will include the development of various complete street improvements along Mill Street from 1-580 to McCarran Boulevard.

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Post last updated on: August 31, 2020

SouthEast Connector Project

The SouthEast Connector (SEC) is a regional roadway that runs from the intersection of Sparks Boulevard and Greg Street in the north, to South Meadows Parkway and Veterans Parkway in the south. It is a six-lane, roadway built up on embankment with a separated multi-use path. The SEC is a vital link that connects the south part of the Truckee Meadows with the east part of the Truckee Meadows. The only other continuous link that serves this purpose is I-580 to I-80, which is reaching critical capacity. All other regional roads in the southeast part of the Truckee Meadows are also reaching critical capacity. The SEC provides much needed relief to the entire transportation network.

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Post last updated on: August 31, 2020

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: August 31, 2020

Sun Valley Boulevard Multimodal Improvements Project Phase 1

This project consists of studying and developing alternatives for the Sun Valley Boulevard Corridor based on the findings shown in the Corridor Study performed and approved in 2015 by RTC. This Complete Streets project 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: August 31, 2020