RTC Project No. 532013
RTC Project Manager (PM)
Doug Maloy, P.E.
RTC Engineering Department
(775) 348-0170 fax
Design Firm: CH2M HILL
Construction Contractor: Granite Construction
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.
Maintenance work, including temporary irrigation and weed abatement within the wetland areas is on-going and will continue until approximately the end of 2021.
Visit SouthEastConnector.com for information about the nearly completed project.
Planning: Complete January 2009
Environmental: Complete April 2015
Preliminary Design: Complete Fall 2011
Final Design: Complete April 2015
Construction: Complete (except wetlands establishment and maintenance)
Total Project Estimate: $300 Million
Amount Approved: $300 Million
Funding Source: RTC-5 Fuel Tax Bonding
Post updated on: September 26, 2019