The Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County (RTC) is proposing the development of an Electric Vehicle and Alternative Fuel Infrastructure and Advanced- Mobility Plan to address existing electric vehicle infrastructure needs in the area as well as to best prepare for continued advances in mobility technology
The RTC is committed to working with our federal partners to improve and enhance safety, mobility, and transportation options in our community. The RTC has created federal policy priorities, transit priorities, and highway priorities, listed below, to help guide us into the future. Top priorities are noted with *** asterisks. RTC 2023 FEDERAL PRIORITIES TRANSIT PRIORITIES *** Bus Maintenance Facility Replacement *** This project is a priority as the relocation of our current bus maintenance facility is required due to Phase 4 of the Spaghetti Bowl project. As RTC expands service to keep pace with a growing community and an...
The Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) defines the long-range planning policies and priorities for the community’s future transportation system. It is the region’s blueprint to maintaining access, mobility and clean air for our community.
The Public Participation Plan articulates the RTC’s commitment to an open and transparent interface with the public and with relevant public agencies to support the regional transportation planning process.
ADA Transition Plan: Identifies ADA deficiencies on sidewalks, curb ramps, crosswalks, and other pedestrian facilities.
The purpose of the Complete Streets Master Plan is to identify the RTC’s long range strategy for Complete Street treatments in the Reno‑Sparks metropolitan area.
The purpose of the Reno Sparks Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan is to make the region as bicycle and pedestrian friendly as possible in order to encourage people of all ages, abilities, and means to walk and/or bicycle.
The Regional Transportation Improvement Program (RTIP) is the RTC’s five-year program of projects designed to implement short-term street and highway, transit, bicycle and pedestrian projects for Washoe County.