Weekly Traffic Control Report

October 26, 2017

REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION TRAFFIC CONTROL REPORT

October 26, 2017

1:00 PM 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.


ANNUAL PAVEMENT PRESERVATION PROJECT

Various roads within the cities of Sparks, Reno and Washoe County. Traffic control will include isolated lane shifts and/or lane closures with possible flagger controls.

Thursday 10/26
Pavement Striping
Various Program Streets: 2nd coat paint application
Various Program Streets: final thermoplastic application

Friday 10/27 – Friday 11/3
No work is scheduled

LEMMON DRIVE PEDESTRIAN IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT

From Surge St to Deli St

  • Construction will begin Monday, October 23, 2017.
  • Traffic control in place may include a temporary lane closure with one lane in the southbound direction maintained open at all times.
  • Flaggers on site may direct traffic when needed. Please be cautious, expect minor traffic delays.
  • Construction is scheduled for completion before the Thanksgiving Holiday on November 22, 2017.

PYRAMID WAY AND MCCARRAN BLVD INTERSECTION 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.


SOUTHEAST CONNECTOR PROJECT

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

  • Flaggers may be located at Mira Loma Dr to control vehicular traffic. Flaggers will stop traffic for short durations to allow construction vehicles to cross Mira Loma Dr.
  • Be aware and pay attention to the traffic control signs. Lane reductions are in place at the intersection of South Meadows Pkwy and Veterans Pkwy. Brief delays are expected.

 

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