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RTC seeks community input on McCarran Boulevard (sponsored)


Take a brief survey before April 10

The Regional Transportation Commission (RTC) of Washoe County, in partnership with the Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT), is seeking public input on the McCarran Boulevard Corridor Study. The community is invited to learn more about the study by visiting a virtual public presentation and taking a brief survey at rtcwashoe.com through April 10, 2022. 

Website, presentation & survey link can be found HERE.

As part of the study, the RTC and NDOT will analyze existing conditions along the 23-mile McCarran Boulevard loop, including traffic volumes, safety issues, transit access, and pedestrian and bicycle facilities. The study will also help identify and prioritize different types of transportation needs, based on technical analysis, stakeholder feedback, and community outreach.

Future improvements on McCarran Boulevard could include reducing traffic congestion, enhancing multimodal travel options, and safety improvements.

When the RTC is done with the study, the results will help prioritize potential future improvements.

For more information, visit rtcwashoe.com.

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The Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County, Nevada serves the citizens of Reno, Sparks and unincorporated areas of Washoe County. As the federally designated Metropolitan Planning Organization for the region, the RTC provides leadership in planning and implements quality transportation systems to meet the community’s present and future transportation needs. For more information about RTC projects visit rtcwashoe.com and sign up for email updates or call (775) 348-0400. Follow RTC on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube.




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