Weekly Traffic Control Report

June 7, 2018

REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION TRAFFIC CONTROL REPORT

WEEKLY TRAFFIC CONTROL REPORT

June 7, 2018

10:46 AM PST

4TH STREET AND PRATER WAY BUS RAPID TRANSIT PROJECT

  • Construction is in progress.  For current traffic information Click here.
  • Traffic control and work zones will be in place and changing frequently, use caution and look for flaggers for direction.
  • Expect traffic delays.

EVANS AVENUE BICYCLE IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT

From 2nd St to N McCarran Blvd (1.8 miles)

Striping is in progress and will be ongoing for the rest of the week. Flaggers will be on the road. Lane shifts and small section closures are expected starting from McCarran and working south.

ITS PROJECT – PHASE 2A

Construction begins June 6, 2018. Work will include conduit and pull box installation at the following locations:

  • N Virginia St between Comstock and 15th Street.
  • McCarran between Prater and Baring.
  • McCarran between Greg and Nugget.

NORTH VALLEYS IMPROVEMENT PROJECT – PACKAGE 2

  • New traffic signals are operational at the following intersections; Lemmon Drive/US 395 and Red Rock Rd/Moya Blvd.
  • Work includes final closeout items. Use caution and look for workers.

PRATER WAY AT LILLARD DRIVE TRAFFIC SIGNAL PROJECT

  • New signal active June 7, 2018.
  • Occasional shoulder and lane closures.

SOUTHEAST CONNECTOR PROJECT

From Pembroke Drive to South Meadows Pkwy and Veterans Pkwy (4.5 miles)

  • Mira Loma Dr has reopened to allow traffic to enter and exit Hidden Valley.       The traffic signal has been activated for through movements. Construction traffic is using the signal to cross Mira Loma. The Southeast connector is not open to traffic.
  • Beginning June 6 traffic control will be in place on southbound Sparks Blvd from approximately Lincoln Way to Greg St. and on Greg St. from Sparks Blvd to Franklin Way for installation of fiber optic cable in the shoulder area of both streets. Travel lanes will remain open, however, minor delays should be anticipated and watch for construction crews.
  • More information is available at the project website www.SouthEastConnector.com.

 

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