The goal of the RTC University-Area Transportation Study is to improve connectivity, safety, mobility, and access for pedestrians, bicyclists, transit users, and auto drivers as development occurs south of the UNR campus.
The project includes the study of multimodal transportation and the roadway operations in the area surrounding and within the University of Nevada, Reno (UNR) campus. This study considers the current- and future-development plans slated to occur on or near the UNR campus within the study area in the coming years and will identify needed connectivity, safety, and access improvements for alternative-transportation modes on regional roads within the study focus areas.
The study incorporates the design and implementation of the Virginia Street Bus RAPID Transit Extension Project. This study analyzes safety, transportation circulation patterns, and mobility needs throughout the study area. In addition, it includes an analysis of land-use and roadway-network scenarios focused on the southern study focus area. The study focuses on pedestrian and bicycle connectivity and transit-service needs, traffic-operations analysis and improvements, and safety improvements.
FINAL STUDY REPORT:
- University Area Transportation Study Report (6/2020)
- University Area Transportation Study Report Appendices (6/2020)
- UNR Study Map
- UNR Area Multimodal Transportation Study Public Meeting #1 Boards (6/27/19)
- 6th Street Striping and Lane Configuration Alternatives
Dr. Xuan Wang, RTC Senior Planner